Theme series: People at Loibl

Category: Career, Company | | Created by Lea Pfingsten

Florian (30), procurement management at Loibl Förderanlagen GmbH:

„I like variety. I have that every day at Loibl. Because we offer customised solutions, every order is a new challenge. That makes my work incredibly exciting."

Opposites attract: Quite normal and yet very special

Car tuning is one of Florian's hobbies. He regularly attends meetings all over Germany and is well networked in the scene. Performance improvement, original spare parts and styling are among his interests. "Three points catch my interest: Speed, good price and ordering the right quantity at best conditions." Really not that much difference to his work, as he himself realises. Florian is a purchaser. He has been working at Loibl for six years and, together with his colleagues, takes care of research, bid comparisons, cost estimates and much more. What the trained business administrator appreciates most about his work are the various requirements in addition to the opportunity to constantly grow. "At Loibl, no day is like the other. It's incredibly varied, especially because we have our own production site in Straubing." To make sure it doesn't get too stressful, the procurement team has his back. "I am really grateful for my colleagues," he says and means it.

  • Florian and his Audi S5 Quattro

  • Down-to-earth despite his fondness for special cars: "I don't do this for the public but for myself, because I enjoy it."

Florian used to play the guitar. For 8 years, in fact, until his music teachers could teach him nothing more. He wringed his hands a little uncertainly. "At the time, my teachers told me to join a band, but I didn't want to. I just wanted to play for myself and not impress anyone with it." Does he still play? "No. My taste in music has completely changed." He laughs. A real laugh this time. "I listen more to rap & R&B these days, a guitar solo is more of a minor thing."

Lea Pfingsten

Marketing Manager

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