ARTS supports various companies in Saxony, particularly those in the aviation industry. In the cities of Dresden and Leipzig, as well as in the surrounding regions, there are exciting projects on offer for our employees, e.g., at the Airport Leipzig/Halle, the Elbe Flugzeugwerke GmbH or the AOA. Let yourself be challenged and let us grow together!
ARTSers work with Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW) on aircraft refitting and maintenance, but also in the field of production. EFW in Dresden is responsible for the so-called Freighter Conversion, where decommissioned passenger aircraft are converted into cargo planes. Moreover, the panels for the entire range of Airbus series and aircraft types are manufactured in Dresden.
With our expertise, we also help our client AOA (Apparatebau Gauting GmbH) to maintain a long lasting competitive edge. The company offers system solutions for the aircraft industry in the areas of water supply, sewage disposal, fire detection and air conditioning.
Technical experts, such as materials testers and process mechanics provide our customer IMA Materialforschung und Anwendungstechnik GmbH with a competitive advantage, as do our numerous metallurgical engineers and fibre composite engineers. The company offers technical and scientific testing services for all materials and components used in the construction of cars, trains and construction vehicles.
As well as technical staff many engineers (including design engineers) work on our customers’ administrative projects at the Dresden site.
With more than one million metric tons of airfreight registered in 2016, Airport Leipzig/Halle is the second largest logistics airport in Germany. ARTS supports numerous companies with expertise in the areas of Logistics & Supply Chain as well as Production & Industrial Support Services here. We offer a variety of exciting permanent positions in both areas to strengthen our teams in Leipzig and the surrounding area.
Since 2010 our main office is
located in Dresden.
Since 2007 ARTS is member of
million Euro turnover was
generated by the
Saxon industry sector in 2018.