After attending the technical school for agriculture and food, Lydia did not have to think about it for long: like her father and grandfather she wanted to work at STOELZLE OBERGLAS. She started at the age of 19 in the mould workshop, where she prepared the moulds for production. In the summer of 2019, she switched to the hot end and started her 2-year training period to become a machine operator. This job, which is rather untypical for women, is physically very challenging. Lydia has always been technically interested and wanted to work physically. Lydia’s tasks include monitoring the production machine, troubleshooting, and checking bottles and weight. In her leisure time Lydia also works for the company’s fire department.
Lydia Höfferer, Stoelzle Oberglas