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When the earth was trembling!
Mexico, 19 September 2017: Three of our employees are currently working on a plant when the steel construction of the hall starts moving in a dramatic rocking motion. The colleagues must literally run for their lives in order to get out of the danger zone as quickly as possible. However, they realise the full extent of the danger only when people are carried out of the opposite hall on stretchers.
Despite of this devastating earthquake, which shook Mexico on that day and caused numerous deaths and injuries, and despite of the incriminating impressions it was possible to complete the project successfully.
The most important thing, however, is that our employees have now returned home safely.
Even though our employees are constantly on the move around the world, it is important to us to provide them with the best possible support. Two of our employees on a construction site at the outskirts of the Brazilian rainforest were recently happy to welcome visitors from their home country.
Franz Führer had undertaken an exhausting 24-hour journey to convince himself of the progress on site.
He was particularly impressed by the extraordinary work provided by our assembly supervisors and the dimensions of the world’s largest mobile crushing plants, which are assembled for ore extraction in open-cast mining.
However, this trip had also been a personal enrichment for Franz Führer because he was able to experience an authentic Brazil far away from tourism. He was particularly pleased about spontaneous invitations of some locals to his home.