Craftsmanship is in its DNA.
For the love of glass.
Being a glazier is the perfect occupation for Hans Hudler-Oswald. "You're never on the same building site for long," he says, justifying his passion for glazing. Thanks to the enormous amount of change and variety, he's learned to love his craft: "Today, I'm repairing an interior door, tomorrow I might be working on a kitchen back-panel or a roof canopy and the day after that a glass-fronted building." He places great emphasis on manual craftsmanship. "In our company, all apprentices practice every step by hand because anyone's capable of just pressing a button," says Hans about his approach. For him as an instructor, what counts is that the apprentice enjoys what they're doing and learns something at the same time – regardless of whether they stay on at Bayernglas or whether they will change companies at the end of their training. Hans obviously has a preference for taking on the assistants after they complete their apprenticeship.
A glazier's best friend.
A fascination in glass.
Not your average van.
A fleet suited to the company.
Hans Hudler-Oswald is especially impressed with the new Sprinter. The elegant and modern appearance won him over at first glance. But that's not the only reason behind the great teamwork between Bayernglas and the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. For a modern glazier with a large catchment area, the ride comfort which the Sprinter offers ensures that even on long journeys, the experience is as relaxing as possible. And when it comes to orders for the bustling centre of Munich or in the tight streets of small villages, the high-resolution reversing camera is especially helpful. Bayernglas seeks to set itself apart from regular glaziers, and not just in terms of its fleet, but also in its product portfolio. After all, glass can be used for much more than simply windows: kitchen back-panels with printed motifs, glass showers and glass steps are also part of the varied range of uses for this fascinating material of which Hans never tires.
For Hans Hudler-Oswald, it is the ideal fleet vehicle.
The glaziers at Bayernglas aren't afraid of heights.
Driving pleasure without any distractions.
The multifunction steering wheel and the MBUX multimedia system make this possible.
Caution – glass!
Working with panes of glass which can weigh several hundred kilogrammes in some cases requires utmost care.