What has this further development meant for you personally?
Müller-Guttenbrunn: I have grown with my tasks. Over the years, I've gotten to know all the machines better and better. Today, I would even go so far as to say that I have seen every error message at least once. No malfunction can surprise me anymore. But above all, fixing these errors has made the teamwork with my colleagues even closer. When you solve problems together, you learn to know each other better as well.
Which tasks do you expect as a shift supervisor on a working day?
Müller-Guttenbrunn: Every day is different, and it is exactly this variety and the challenges that I really enjoy. As a shift supervisor, I'm more or less the pivotal point in production, where everything comes together. Another important point is the handovers between the shifts. Since 2021, we have been working in five shifts, which means that the transfer of information in particular has to work perfectly. There are organizational and technical activities, which makes my work area very broad! On top of that, there are also personal challenges within the team. And in this context, my secret weapon is patience - basically, there's a solution for everything, as long as you communicate in a reasonable way.