Long-standing employee bid farewell
Roland Roser in well-deserved retirement
Roland Roser can look back on almost 43 years of employment.
Since the trained toolmaker joined the company in 1977, he has been an indispensable support. His commitment is invaluable for Braunform and its technological progress.
With the personnel number 007, which he calls his own since the beginning, he starts his professional career at Braunform in the injection mold assembly. After 25 years, it was the desire for something new so that he came into the design department. The tool specialist implemented a wide range of projects for various sectors. For years, his core area was the design of tools for the automotive industry. In addition to his daily work, he was responsible for the implementation and documentation of the internal standard. He was also substantially involved in the successful introduction of a complex CAD system. Due to his balanced and calm nature, he always has a solution at hand and is the man who gives shape to the mold.
Farewell with distance.
Due to the strict zoning of the company, which Braunform had already adopted at the beginning of March in regard to Covid-19, only a small farewell with a reasonable distance was possible. However, company founder Erich Braun did not miss the opportunity to thank him once again personally on behalf of the management and the family Braun for his exceptional long-term commitment, his loyalty and absolute reliability. "Roland Roser has supported Braunform GmbH since its beginnings in 1977 and, with almost 43 years of uninterrupted employment, is the longest-serving employee in the company's history," emphasizes Erich Braun. Owner and Managing Director Pamela Braun adds: "Long-standing employees like Roland Roser, who have witnessed both the founding and the growth of the company and have helped shape technological progress, are one of the strongest pillars of the company and make a significant contribution to its success". Colleagues at Braunform GmbH also thank Roland for the time spent together and wish him all the best for this new stage in his life.
In order to contribute to slowing down the coronavirus, the medium-sized company has taken various measures. The primary objective is both to protect the health of all employees and to ensure the continuation of the business, because the products and molds contribute to the health and life support of patients. Braunform is therefore an integral part of the supply chain, which in this exceptional situation must primarily be maintained. The company is guided by the latest information from the Robert-Koch-Institute in order to react early to the dynamic developments. The medium-sized company wants to minimize direct contacts through spatial relocations, the implementation of shift work with blind transfers and the expansion of home offices. Intensified hygiene measures, cancellation or reduction of events, travels or visits to Braunform are now also part of everyday life.