Slawomir, or Slavo, as his colleagues fondly call him, recently joined Schaltkulisse a few months ago and has already made an impact with his passion for car detailing. Growing up in the Polish countryside, Slawomir developed a strong work ethic as a child, assisting with various tasks and responsibilities. He initially pursued a career as a gas and water plumber, completing an apprenticeship and working for almost 30 years before deciding it was time for a change.
Slavo’s meticulous and picky nature, combined with his love for details, makes him the perfect fit for his role in car detailing at Schaltkulisse. His work consistently demonstrates his dedication to delivering top-notch results for every vehicle he touches.
Outside of work, Slawomir is a big angler and nature lover, often spending his free time enjoying the great outdoors. He also has a flair for fashion and loves dressing up for special occasions. As a loving father of a 10-year-old daughter and an adult son, he is now a proud grandfather of twins.
In just a short time at Schaltkulisse, Slawomir has proven his love for working with fun and an eye for details, quickly becoming an important part of the team over at Schaltkulisse Engineering.
The Team Behind Schaltkulisse
MEET DENIZ CARIKCI
Deniz has been on board with Schaltkulisse since 2015 and was the company’s first full-time employee. As he often puts it, he still remembers Kevin with moving boxes under one hand and a French bulldog under the other. His first words were “car” not “mama” and so he knew from the start that he had to work with cars. After a few years as an asset manager at Ferrari Financial Services, he joined us as a sales manager for 6 years.
Although still in his 20’s, Sebastian has earned his position as master technician in our engineering department. No wonder, he was born with a screwdriver in hand (not literally) and thrives on the smell of gasoline that emanates from the exhaust pipes of classic Ferraris and the like. His journey started with fixing, fixing and modifying his bike, then his scooter, then his motorcycle and then he worked his way up to cars.
James has always been a key member of the shift gate. Don’t let his old-school Bavarian attitude and sometimes dark humor fool you, James means business. If you call him in the middle of the night and tell him that a car needs to be transported to northern Denmark by tomorrow evening, he will be on his way literally in the same hour to get the car safe and sound before sunset.