Not only the tasks at Grenzebach are diverse and special, but also each and every employee of the global group of companies. But especially in the technical-commercial areas, employees need far-reaching know-how and a passion for digitalization and automation. They operate in a field of highly complex topics and challenges in an international environment. To be able to perform well in the long term, it is important to have a good balance in your free time. Four employees share a rather special hobby.
Traditional Bavarian dance
They wear Lederhosen, jump and walk in a circle synchronously, they clap their hands and slap their own upper legs, lower legs and shoe soles rhythmically with their hands. This is accompanied by Bavarian folk music played on an accordion in four-four time. The whole thing is called Schuhplatteln.
Andreas Martin, Markus Mair, Martin Appel and Michael Gottwald not only work for Grenzebach but are also committed to Schuhplatteln. Three of them have been dancing for a few years, Michael has been playing the accordion for much longer. It all started as a crazy idea, a joke. They wanted to exercise more, than someone started talking about "Bavarian Zumba" and they somehow ended up at Schuhplatteln.