The calm pole with 80 kilometers per hour - René Wyss drives his 18-ton truck along various routes for Rugenbräu AG and delivers the and delivers the traditional brewery's delicacies. Nothing can get him out of his He knows what it takes to be a truck driver.
First name: René
Function: Truck driver
Year of birth: 1972
With Rugenbräu since: 2014
Employer and almost like a family
first winter cellaring in the Schreckfeld. Already the drive towards Grosse
Scheidegg and then along the ridge was impressive. In addition, it was his very
beautiful day with a great view to the Eiger.
truck! I drive an 18-ton truck. But also the bag truck and the
Coziness, for example, spending the evening with a good drink and
or people who create artificial stress.
I once lived in Spain - I still miss the country and its people. On the other hand, Switzerland is also my home - a country that is like a "carefree package" compared to other countries. like a "carefree package" compared to other countries: we are doing well.
Cheese, sausage, meat, salad and very importantly ready-made salad dressing. Of course
also Anke and Gonfi.
Sailing I sail on Lake Brienz or drive my car.
- not a "Jufli dog" - sometimes a bit introverted.
When I came back from Spain, I started looking for a job. My neighbor gave me the tip to inquire at Rugenbräu. When I was was working here, they offered me the chance to work as a truck driver. work. So I took the truck test, which consists of five individual tests, tests.
exciting, sometimes exhausting. Sometimes I'm amazed at the accesses that have to be made for
goods delivery have to be mastered. There are various routes/tours and I
like the variety. My favorite route is the one to the depositories.