The Pepperl+Fuchs location in Amberg has also seen plenty of physical activity in recent months. Employees there put on their running shoes and hit the course not once, but twice.
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The South African wildlife sanctuary Care for Wild is on a mission to save orphaned rhinoceros calves. The complex process of raising the young animals and releasing them into the wild is monitored in painstaking detail. The sanctuary staff are using robust tablets by ECOM instruments for help.
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Hendrik, technical sales specialist at Pepperl+Fuchs, is used to spending a good deal of his time on the road. But not quite in this way: From March to the end of May, he was a volunteer driver for the Civil Relief Munich aid organization, drove to the Polish-Ukrainian border to pick up refugees and take them to stay with host families in and around Munich.
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Right now, giving refugees from Ukraine a temporary home is probably the biggest help anyone can offer. That same thought occurred to Wolf, EPE Product Management Assistant at Pepperl+Fuchs. Together with his wife, mother-in-law, and children, ages three and five years, he took in refugees for several weeks starting in early March. He reports on his experiences in the career blog.
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It has been over six years since Pepperl+Fuchs began sponsoring an orphaned baby rhinoceros named Oz. Now an imposing bull, he lives at the Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary in Mpumalanga, South Africa, a reserve for orphaned rhinos. After suffering some health problems in recent months, the pachyderm is now enjoying the African summer in his new reintroduction area.
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Our mascot at Pepperl+Fuchs is a baby rhino. He is named Oz and is being raised in a game reserve in South Africa. Here, you can read the story of how Oz was adopted by Pepperl+Fuchs and find out how all employees can help by making a donation.
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