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AFRISO Apprenticeship
Third year in a row: AFRISO apprentice among the best!


As in the last two years, this year again an AFRISO apprentice, 20-year-old Kevin Zipperle, was presented with a certificate at an award ceremony hosted by the Heilbronn-Franken Chamber of Commerce and Industry.


He is among the best upcoming specialists in the entire city and district: Kevin Zipperle from AFRISO with his certificate. He has earned the right to be proud of this distinction, which only the most proficient young people were able to achieve in 2015. Training Officer Pascal Ledermann, Managing Director Elmar Fritz and Logistics Manager Georg Odor are happy for him. (From left to right)
As in the last two years, this year again an AFRISO apprentice, 20-year-old Kevin Zipperle, was presented with a certificate at an award ceremony hosted by the Heilbronn-Franken Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Kevin Zipperle began the three-year stock logistics specialist apprenticeship programme at AFRISO in September 2012, which he successfully concluded in July 2015. “The apprenticeship was very diversified; there were always new responsibilities, and today I can be assigned flexibly because I was trained in all areas of logistics. I’d now like to first of all qualify for admittance to technical university so that I can study. But to make sure that I don’t lose sight of the basis, I’ll keep on at AFRISO as a qualified temp in my free time,” says a happy Kevin Zipperle, and Logistics Manager Georg Odor adds: “It fills us with great pride that we have again been able to produce one of the best apprentices in the apprenticeship programme ‘stock logistics specialist/stock management specialist’. From day one, Kevin proved to be an apprentice who was very interested in the rapidly growing and constantly changing logistics sector. In order to effectively develop our next generation of specialists, we offer professional expertise and qualified training methods to try to inspire young people for their apprenticeship programme. This boosts their willingness to learn and makes communicating the training content easier and more professional.” Kevin Zipperle plays American football with the newly founded club ‘Schozach Centurions’ in his spare time.