The women@schnellecke initiative is committed to more equal opportunities, diversity and development possibilities for women within Schnellecke. Its members are colleagues from different locations, countries, professions and age groups. They all have one thing in common: they want to make Schnellecke an attractive employer and strengthen the role of women in the company.
Dr. Klaus van Marwyk, CFO Schnellecke logistics, is sponsor of the women@schnellecke initiative.
"Women@schnellecke is a great initiative that accompanies and strengthens women to go their own way at Schnellecke. It promotes equal opportunities and diversity in the company and thus reflects our values - the Schnellecke Spirit - in a special way. I am pleased that, through a lot of commitment and dedication, a program has been created that promotes cooperation across divisions and levels and that also enables us to make the best possible use of the skills of our female employees."
"Know the value you contribute and make sure others know it too."
Claire is Vice President of Finance and Administration in South Africa and gives us an insight into her career path.
"At no point was there any discussion about whether I was too young or too inexperienced, or that I am a woman."
Judith is currently the only female site manager at Schnellecke in Germany. She tells us how she came to this position and how she combines family and career.
"We're not just a team, we're a family."
Estíbaliz heads the Transport business unit in Pamplona, Spain. In this interview, she tells us what is special about her job and how she is making her way as a woman in a male-dominated industry.
"The men respected me as the "boss," although in many things I really didn't know what I was doing."
Margarete Schnellecke was the head of the Schnellecke transport company for 44 years.
Are you a Schnellecke employee and would like to learn more about the initiative and how to get involved? Then write to us at email@example.com.