Apprenticeship as Warehouse Operator and Warehousing and Logistics Manager (f/m/d)

What are the tasks in the apprenticeship as a Warehouse or as a Warehousing and Logistics Manager Operator (f/m/d)?
Our apprentices tell you in this film about their working day takes place and what they like most in the apprenticeship.  

Apprenticeship at LOXX

Apprenticeship at LOXX

Apprenticeship as Warehouse Operator and Warehousing and Logistics Manager (f/m/d)

Our trainees answer questions about training at LOXX and give an insight into their everyday training.

During your apprenticeship you will learn how to pick goods correctly according to customer orders - i.e. how to assemble articles and pack them professionally. You learn to receive goods from all over the world, to transport them safely in the warehouse using industrial trucks and to load them onto trucks. You track goods, check them for damage and work closely with your team in the warehouse. You'll also do inventory checks, create loading lists and process shipping documents to ensure all goods are shipped correctly. You will work in shifts - the morning shift from 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. or the lunch shift from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. - so you will be flexible and your workday will be varied.

If a three-year apprenticeship is too long for you and you are not so keen on maths and working with computers, you can also do a two-year apprenticeship to become a warehouse clerk (m/f/d).

Key data on the apprenticeship

Duration: Two resp. three years

This job is perfect for you if you:

  • have good school leaving qualifications (Hauptschulabschluss) (10 type B)
  • enjoy practical work
  • are physically resilient
  • own a class B driving licence

Further training is king: If you successfully pass the exam to become a warehouse logistics specialist (m/f/d) and are taken on, you still have the option of completing further training to become a logistics manager.


Ausbildung bei LOXX

German Freight Forwarding and Logistics Association

DSLV Warehouse Operator