Stockstadt am Main in Bavaria, Germany, is home to the chemical pulp and paper mill Sappi Stockstadt GmbH, one of seven Sappi Europe paper mills across the continent.
Sappi Stockstadt GmbH was founded in 1898 as a chemical pulp mill and is one of the largest employers in the Untermain region in Bavaria. Paper machine 1 was put into operation in 1963, paper machine 2 in 1970 and the coating machine in the early 1990s. Our paper is used for the production of high-quality calendars, picture and art books, amongst other items.
Over 700 employees and 40 apprentices produce up to 145,000 tonnes of pulp and 445,000 tonnes of paper each year at Sappi Stockstadt. Our factory also includes its own power station and waste water treatment plant.
In addition to measures to improve environmental performance, our company policies also focus on optimising our quality and service processes, as well as increasing the efficiency of our plants. The ideas and suggestions from our workforce and their work are therefore instrumental for the continuous improvement of our production processes and product quality.
Careers at Sappi Stockstadt
Looking for a new challenge? Sappi Stockstadt GmbH offers various opportunities both at entry level and for experienced specialists.
What to expect as a future employee:
Our employees have a wide range of benefits – including an attractive pension.
Work safety and health (work sports groups, measures for maintaining good health) are highly valued by us.
Sappi engages with the community by promoting local teams and co-operating with schools and regional representatives.
As a large company, we offer successful vocational training at an external training centre and in our high-tech production and technical environment by our own qualified trainers.
As a major training provider in the region, we offer training for the following professions:
- Paper technologist
- System operator
- Automation technology electronics technician
- Plant technology electronics technician
- Industrial mechanic
- Industrial manager
Internships are also available at our mill, and they provide a first impression of the respective profession and the work involved.
If interested, we will be happy to arrange an internship placement.
Your contact partner is our Training and Further Education Advisor, Petra Morscheidt (firstname.lastname@example.org), Tel. +49 (0)6027 420 281
Sappi Stockstadt GmbH was already part of Stockstadt, but as the mill that was far removed from the community. Today, our mill is at the centre of Stockstadt and is, and always has been, a key employer, not just in Stockstadt but across the Untermain region in Bavaria. We act responsibly to reduce our impact on the environment and strengthen and support the further development of our employees.
By co-operating with schools and nurseries and providing information about the factory through tours for example, we play a active part in our community.
- We regularly participate in various training fairs in the Untermain region of Bavaria and inform people about the vocational training and career opportunities at Sappi. For example, we take part in the Berufswegekompass ("Career Paths Compass") scheme in Aschaffenburg.
- We also co-operate with the Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences.
Environment and sustainability
All of the Sappi corporate group is committed through its company policies to act sustainably and contribute towards protecting the environment. We ensure that:
- our wood raw material comes from sustainably cultivated forests, primarily from the local area;
- we are reducing our dependence on fossil fuels;
- we are increasing our energy efficiency;
- our emissions are continuously reduced;
- we are using raw materials, energy and water in a sustainable manner
Sappi Stockstadt observes official and independent standards. We work in accordance with the requirements of DIN ISO 9001 (Quality management), 14001 (Environmental management), 50001 (Energy management), EMAS and OHSAS 18001 (Occupational safety).
By participating in the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS), we have been recognised as an organisation with an environmental record that goes beyond the minimum regulatory requirements, which continuously improves its environmental performance and operates with full transparency.
The forests which we source our wood from are certified in accordance with FSC® or PEFC™ standards for sustainable forestry, or are cultivated in a controlled manner.