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I worked at StorkPros
colleagues are nice and helpful. salary paid is also good. the office culture is warm. indeed can learn something from their business.Cons
small branch, diversity is low. if you are a business student, it is very difficult to be involved in their core business. it is very technological.Advice to ManagementAdvice
can provide more self study material or resources for starters, to let them get into this industry quickly
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What do you call a company that has its hands in technical services, consulting, inspection, and aerospace? You call it Stork. The firm operates more than 50 companies across several divisions: Technical Services (operating mostly through its Fokker Elmo and Fokker Services units) consults and supports technical installations in industrial and utilities markets, and Aerospace makes components and systems for aviation. Striving to focus on its aerospace and technical services enterprises, the company in 2008 sold its Food Systems division, which produced poultry processing...