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Career at thyssenkrupp | Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Under an order for the Hungarian MOL Group, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions is building a vast chemical complex in Tiszaújváros, Hungary, 160 kilometers east of the capital Budapest. Scheduled to start operation in 2021, the plant will produce around 200,000 tons of polyols annually. It’s not just the size of the complex that makes it unique in the region. It will also set new standards in terms of efficiency, eco-friendliness, and automation. Nine months after the foundation stone laying, the project is well on track despite the impact of the coronavirus crisis. Katarina Letkova and Tomasz Morawski are two of the employees making this gigantic project a success.
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Engineering | innovation | At thyssenkrupp Marine Systems our expertise is based on proven designs through almost 125 years of experience in naval shipbuilding. Our research and development teams (R&D) focus on finding the optimal solutions for our customers – making us a strong partner with foresight. With new, realistic designs and systems capable of facing current and future challenges, we are solving our customers issues before they occur.
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Automotive-sector | Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | Smart factory | Automotive manufacturers around the world rely on electric steering systems from thyssenkrupp – as well as the production lines they require. In China this year, the local Central Manufacturing (CM) team from thyssenkrupp’s steering division launched tailor-made solutions for four OEMs producing in China: one European, one Chinese and two U.S. manufacturers. With the successful implementation of its “Himalaya” line of electrically adjustable steering columns, thyssenkrupp is setting new standards: in terms of speed, flexibility and quality along with cost efficiency.
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Career at thyssenkrupp | Engineering | innovation | mobility of the future | People at thyssenkrupp | When students go karting with their tutor, it sounds like a really cool tutor and a lot of fun. And sometimes the students come back with a really good idea. That’s what happened in a project at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University in Karlsruhe. The creative karters were six of our cooperative education students from thyssenkrupp System Engineering.