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Training / dual study

In an international company like Jungheinrich, you have the best chance of choosing the right career path to suit you and your strengths. Whether this is training or a dual study programme, with us you will find everything you need for a secure future.

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Devices and products at first hand

Our trucks and many of our other products are some of the best in the world. With our technical training you will learn how to use the leading technology to drive forward the world of intralogistics. 

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Immersed in economic processes

Advise, sell, calculate, compare, promote: With commercial training, we make you proficient in all the areas you need to operate successfully within a company. 

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Acquire knowledge and apply it directly

Theory alone is not for you? Do you want to gain a wealth of practical experience alongside your studies and apply what you have learned directly? Then find out about our dual study programmes.

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Training as an agricultural and construction machinery mechatronics engineer (m/f)

Can you handle powerful machines? Then join us as an agricultural and construction machinery mechatronics engineer (m/f). How you benefit: a minimum of EUR 1000 from the first year of training plus vehicle licence! Guaranteed employment on successful completion of the exam.

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Current positions

What we can offer

  • Future-oriented, qualified training 
  • State-of-the-art workplaces / training workshop 
  • Experienced and competent instructors 
  • Challenging and exciting tasks 
  • Practice-based project work 
  • Great development opportunities in an international group 
  • Collectively agreed training allowance 
  • Collective and company social benefits 
Portrait Maike Müller
Maike Müller
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Jungheinrich AG, Hamburg

"Jungheinrich impressed me with its international orientation and its large product range."

*For easier reading, we generally use the masculine form on our careers website. This implies persons of all genders.

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