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Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | Ravindra Yadav is passionate about running and yoga. And as the 46-year-old is convinced that exercise not only makes you feel better but also helps you work better, he decided to do something about it: As Senior Manager Human Resources Development at thyssenkrupp Electrical Steel in Nashik, India, he motivates his colleagues to take part in sporting activities themselves.
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Automotive-sector | Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Businesses around the globe are currently facing unpreceded challenges due to the corona pandemic – and come up with creative solutions to deliver on the demands of their customers. Our automotive experts in China are no exception. Thanks to remarkable cooperation with their Mexican colleagues, thyssenkrupp Steering plants in Shanghai and Changchun successfully overcame delivery difficulties and ensured continued production of major car manufacturers.
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Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | The novel coronavirus has hit Brazil with full force. Within the shortest time, the country developed to one of the epicenters of the corona pandemic. While in many parts of the world resources have been joined to fight the virus, some regions of Brazil are lacking much-needed help. For this reason, employees and management at thyssenkrupp's Campo Limpo site in Brazil decided to help where it is urgently needed. As a result, a total of 280 aid packages were distributed to people in need on site.
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Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | COVID-19 left a significant mark on Italy – especially the North of the country was highly affected by the Corona virus outbreak. Now, that the numbers of new infections are going down; countries across Europe are cautiously lifting the lockdown. Our colleagues at thyssenkrupp Berco are also ramping up production again. Slowly, with utmost caution, and strict hygiene regiments a first step towards normality is made at Berco Italy by starting production again.
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Corporate culture | Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | The numbers of new Corona infections are going down and countries across Europe are cautiously lifting the lockdown. But it will take time before everyone can return to work safely. At thyssenkrupp Berco, original equipment manufacturer of undercarriage components and systems for heavy machinery in Northern Italy, our colleagues have already started the transition back to work. How do they keep safe while ramping up their business?