Because Humbaur is a top employer.

For more than 30 years, Humbaur has stood for quality trailers. As a second-generation family company, Humbaur has developed into a leading European trailer manufacturer and an outstanding employer.

We know what our customers need and how they work, which is why our employees are very thorough, manufacture with great care and test our products inside out. We are also pioneers in research and development. Through the claim "Made in Germany", Humbaur guarantees a very high quality of trailer manufacture with currently around 600 employees. Our strengths are innovative ideas, state-of-the-art manufacturing, a clear focus on quality and competent, comprehensive customer support. We nurture these strengths so that we can put them at the service of our customers.

As a company operating at an international level, Humbaur can offer challenging and varied jobs in all parts of its business. With around 600 employees, 30 of whom are trainees, Humbaur is an important employer in South Germany. Every year we train specialists who, after successfully completing their courses, are then taken on permanently.

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Humbaur GmbH participants at the Jobshuttle information event for apprentices.


We constantly need mechanics (m/f), CNC edge benders (m/f), machine and equipment operators (m/f), qualified sheet metal processors (m/f), employees for the loading department (m/f), sales representatives and many more. You can find out about our current vacancies here.

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Humbaur is taking responsibility for the next generation of specialist staff in Germany. We are undertaking training in almost all parts of the business. See which Humbaur training opportunities might be most suitable for you.

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Work experience

Are you looking to get a taste of the real world of work with a successful trailer manufacturer? We look forward to hearing from you! Please contact us if you would like to apply for work experience at Humbaur. Who knows what it might lead to?

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