Apprenticeship at thyssenkrupp | Career at thyssenkrupp | People at thyssenkrupp | "I have a big heart for young people, and it's a great job to be able to support thyssenkrupp apprentices on their way into working life," says Andre Lipski, Head of Apprenticeship at thyssenkrupp…
Apprenticeship at thyssenkrupp | Career at thyssenkrupp | Engineering | mobility of the future | People at thyssenkrupp | What do California and the quiet little town of Ilsenburg in the heart of Germany’s Harz region have in common? Probably not a lot – until the two apprentices Sarah Vogel and Max Jäger hatched an…
Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | innovation | trends of technology | Smart Glasses are no longer a radical innovation. Since the market was opened by the " Google Glass" in 2014 the data glasses, which make it possible to dive into an audio-visual world, is known to…
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Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | They research electromobility, construct huge industrial plants, develop software that enables production plants to communicate with each other, and even work in the most remote places in the world: engineers ensure progress - and hardly any job is as multifaceted as theirs. During the official "Engineers Week" we focus on their pioneering spirit and show the many different fields in which our engineers work. Maria Kharitonova is an HVAC engineer (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) at thyssenkrupp. She tells us why she chose engineering as a profession and why she still pursues it with great passion today.
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Apprenticeship at thyssenkrupp | Career at thyssenkrupp | People at thyssenkrupp | The civil war in Syria has led to the biggest refugee crisis in the last 30 years: Roughly 11.6 million Syrians were on the move in 2015, and at least five million people fled their homeland. Ali Ali was one of them. He came to Germany in 2015 and now, five years later, he has successfully completed an apprenticeship with thyssenkrupp Materials Services.
thyssenkrupp aims to be climate neutral by 2050. To achieve this we are gradually converting our steel production to direct reduction with climate-neutral hydrogen. For the transformation to succeed, large quantities of the light H2 molecule are needed. Together with the energy company STEAG we are taking the first step toward a local hydrogen economy in the Ruhr region.