Anthea Krug, who works as a development engineer at Broetje-Automation on the machines for the factory of the future and regularly trains together with Focken at SV Etzhorn in her spare time had the idea to connect with Broetje-Automation. In her spare time, she designed and constructed the rail now in use. The trainee workshop at Broetje-Automation was then used for production. Here, the component was manufactured by the trainees.
“We have many colleagues who volunteer. I am very proud of the great achievements that our employees perform far beyond their professional tasks,” emphasizes Lutz Neugebauer, Managing Director at Broetje-Automation. “It is thanks to Anthea that we can now support Tim Focken at the Paralympics. A great effort!”.
For the upcoming competitions, the team of Broetje-Automation is now keeping its fingers crossed for Tim and wishes him every success in Tokyo!