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Following the collective wage agreement, the signals at GBM Gleisbaumechanik point towards growth


Following extensive collective negotiations, GBM Gleisbaumechanik Brandenburg/H. GmbH has reached an agreement with EVG on a wage settlement for 2023. This provides for a wage increase of 6% for employees and a one-off payment of €100, 2% of which will be paid in the form of a performance bonus. Furthermore, an attractive package was agreed on for service technicians working in the field.

Collective agreement forms basis for GBM's growth

"With the agreement that has now been reached, we have created a good basis for the further development of our company and have given our employees an appropriate share of the results," says Managing Director Dr. Volker Keller, "We want to grow and increase our attractiveness as an employer."

With its versatile range of services comprising vehicle construction, maintenance and modernization of rail vehicles as well as 24/7/52 on-site service, GBM Gleisbaumechanik Brandenburg/H. GmbH makes an important contribution to the further expansion and maintenance of the rail network in Germany. New employees are being recruited in Brandenburg an der Havel for this exciting and important task.

Company in Brandenburg contributes to expansion and maintenance of rail infrastructure

The transformation of transport and energy systems is currently a key issue in Germany. As an alternative to road transport, rail transport is being expanded in the country - both for passenger and freight transport.

In order to maintain and expand the rail network in Germany, a wide variety of track-laying machines and maintenance vehicles are required, which are built, modernized and maintained by GBM Gleisbaumechanik in the Kirchmöser suburb, a traditional location of the rail industry with a 100-year history.

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Successful service team in mobile operation

From Brandenburg an der Havel, a mobile service team of GBM is on site to repair defects on rail vehicles. The team of electricians, maintenance mechanics, mechatronics engineers, metalworkers and industrial mechanics has carried out well over 10,000 assignments throughout Germany since GBM Gleisbaumechanik was founded in 2002. As the demand for services is currently increasing even further, GBM is planning to expand its service team.

GBM Gleisbaumechanik is looking for new employees and offers vocational training

GBM Gleisbaumechanik is looking for new employees for its location in Brandenburg an der Havel. Exciting and varied tasks await in vehicle construction, maintenance and modernization of rail vehicles, as well as in GBM's service team. In the summer of 2023, there are also attractive vocational training positions for industrial clerks and mechatronics engineers at GBM Gleisbaumechanik.

For more information on career opportunities at GBM and an overview of current vacancies, please visit www.gleisbaumechanik.de/de/karriere

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Latest modification: 20.11.2021