Contribution to the German Lutheran Seamen’s Mission Foundation

Shift work, frequent time zone changes and long periods of separation from loved ones are some of the challenges faced by seafarers and crew members onboard. Being apart from family members and hometown during festive seasons could even be more challenging. They experience loneliness and isolation at Christmas. Christmas gifts are handed out to seafarers … Continued

Donation to the Local Fire Department Seddin

“Gawker” behavior at fire and accident scenes have been causing various issues to fire fighters and rescue forces by significantly reducing their ability to perform their jobs safely and efficiently. Gawkers tend to film and capture photos of accident victims and post these on social media platforms, mainly for the sake of gaining more “likes”. … Continued

Minister of Science, Research, and Culture of the Federal State of Brandenburg, Dr. Manja Schüle visits VEINLAND GmbH

The recent visit of the Brandenburg’s Minister of Science, Research, and Culture, Dr. Manja Schüle at VEINLAND turned out to be an interesting economic-political exchange session. In order to effectively address the issue of skilled worker shortage, existing barriers, challenges and possible solutions were discussed. Opinions were also shared regarding Knowledge (KT) and Know-how-Transfer. The … Continued

VEINLAND Recognised as a Top Employer

VEINLAND has recently been awarded the „WORLD’S BEST EMPLOYER Germany 2023“! More than 74,000 German employers were accessed and evaluated in a comprehensive meta-study, using scientific findings and supported by artificial intelligence. Best employers were selected and awarded “World’s Best Employer” status. This is already our second award as an outstanding employer this year and … Continued

2 German Scholarships for the University of Potsdam

VEINLAND co-sponsors another two German scholarships (Deutschlandstipendium) at the University of Potsdam. Since founded, VEINLAND stays committed to supporting young and gifted talents in the region as an effort to securing skilled professionals – one of the biggest challenges for SMEs. A total of 6 students from University of Potsdam, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg … Continued