The quick way through the mountains
Carla Müller-Sigron has been a cashier for the Vereina car transporter since its inception. On the occasion of its anniversary, she reflects on 20 years with the Vereina.
I saw an ad in the paper.
Not really, I could only guess, but I ended up being positively surprised.
A businessman from the Engadin, who was travelling to Chur for a meeting.
I’ll never forget the four women holidaying in the Engadin, who loaded their car three times in a row just so they could test the Vereina car transporter. Going by what they said, it was very funny and exciting.
(winking) To this question.
A normal working day for me is still interesting and varied even after 20 years because dealing with customer queries and requests brings new challenges almost every day.
Customers are much more understanding in the event of a breakdown or malfunction and procedures for loading vehicles and disseminating customer information have been greatly improved.
The constant interaction with customers.
Passenger trains, because I don’t drive, and the Engadin, because it’s the most beautiful valley in the world and I live in it.
I have learnt a great deal – directly or indirectly – from a number of people over the past 20 years with RhB.