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Successful together: International career opportunities at STIHL

STIHL stands for innovative products and outstanding quality. As an international technology leader, we are in a strong market position that gives us the strength to achieve substantial growth. That growth is based on a worldwide network of employees and customers, competencies and products, partners and locations, and data and information. Because we can only succeed by working together. The following blog post offers a glimpse of the various career opportunities that STIHL offers worldwide.

Industry 4.0 at STIHL

The buzzword “Industry 4.0” has established itself as a hot topic in the daily press. We currently find ourselves at the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution. The extensive collection and use of data, connectivity and the direct exchange of information among machinery, components and products all stand to shape industry in the years ahead. At STIHL, this future has long since started to become reality.

Using energy efficiently: The cordless power system from STIHL

Our experts in battery development are the first port of call when it comes to efficient energy use. We continuously develop in-house battery solutions for our cordless power system. This allows us to perfectly coordinate the operation of the electric motors and the performance and energy capacity of the STIHL batteries.

Freezing cold and scorching hot: Chainsaws for any climate

STIHL products are used all over the world. And STIHL should be a byword for reliability all over the world, too. When temperatures in Siberia fall below freezing point, our customer has to be sure that his chain saw will start. The same applies to users in hot climate zones, such as Africa or South America.

Flow modelling simulation: Reducing wear

Have you ever wondered what an engine looks like from the inside? OK, easy answer, you have certainly learned about the inner workings of engines in school, on the TV or online. But what does an engine look like from the inside while it’s in operation, during the fuel combustion process?