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Mifa is the most attractive employer in Northern Limburg

On 1 July, Mifa was named the most attractive employer in Northern Limburg This title is a huge compliment for our high-tech organization, of which we are extremely proud. The competition for the Most Attractive Employer in Northern Limburg is organized by the Limburg Employers’ Association (Limburgse Werkgeversvereniging, LWV). The goal of the project is to attract, engage and utilize talent for Limburg. Votes could be cast for the most attractive employer for up-and-coming talents from 5 May to 16 June via a special website. We are extremely pleased with this fantastic title and would like to thank everyone who voted for us, including many of our own employees.

Development of technical talent
As a technological trendsetter in aluminium and magnesium extrusion, our goal is to develop and utilize the talents of our people to the fullest. This enables us to offer precision aluminium and magnesium profiles that very few other extrusion companies in the world can create. This precision and the know-how of our engineers offer our clients, among them Airbus, Porsche, Siemens, Thales and KTM, unprecedented possibilities to further develop their products.

Development opportunities
Mifa offers weekend jobs and work placements, primarily to higher professional education students of Mechanical Engineering, who are given complete responsibility for part of the production process. A large number of our employees began their career at Mifa in a junior role and have since progressed to management positions within Mifa or other companies within Aalberts, of which Mifa is a part. Aalberts NV is a listed organization of technical industrial companies.

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Aluminium extrusion for aerospace components

Mifa Aerospace

Vertical integration
Extensive range of alloys
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Mifa Aerospace