Location
Italy

TGW worldwide - focus on Italy

welcome
to italy

Welcome to TGW Italy. We are passionate about making TGW a unique and extraordinary place to work. Our Italian headquarters were established in 2006 and are based in Spilamberto, Modena. While a number of our employees work from our main office, we have a large number of employees who reside at our customer sites throughout Italy, providing a resident engineering maintenance service. Altogether, more than 115 employees work from our locations across Italy.

 
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DEVELOPMENT

The personal growth and development of our employees is key to the success of TGW. We provide a number of career and development opportunities that support the TGW Philosophy of “Learning and Growing” – from our TGW Academy, which provides a wide variety of training, to opportunities with the TGW Expatriation Program, which enables our employees to access a number of working and development opportunities across TGW internationally.

TGW Italy also has a “training center” in Spilamberto Modena, which has a conveyor test loop, helping us to provide training to our employees and to offer technical training to our customers.

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career

As TGW continues to grow, we are constantly looking for motivated, like-minded people to join our team from a number of areas:

  • Mechanical, Electrical and Mechatronics Engineers
  • System Designers
  • Senior Leadership and Management
  • Controllers and Software Developers
  • Project Management
  • Support Services (HR, Finance, Health & Safety and Customer Service)
  • Early Careers (Apprentices & Graduates)

 

"FOCUSING ON PEOPLE – LEARNING AND GROWING"

More than 50 years ago, Ludwig Szinicz founded the company TGW and he followed a vision that puts our people in the focus. This vision is a defining element of our company culture. Our values form the basis for our collaboration and the long-term success of TGW.

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your
Benefits

Our Italian entity provides a number of benefits that make TGW a great place to work:

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