ThyssenKrupp AG NEWS


ThyssenKrupp and Maxion Wheels Announce Cooperation

ThyssenKrupp Carbon Components and Maxion Wheels have established a cooperation agreement to develop and market innovative new ultra-lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber hybrid wheels for the premium vehicle OEM market.

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ThyssenKrupp: New focus areas in research and development

ThyssenKrupp has set itself new innovation targets. Renewable energies, Industry 4.0, sustainable mobility and resource-conserving products are high on the innovation agenda.

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Proactive integration as practiced at ThyssenKrupp

The integration of the disabled is being proactively practiced at ThyssenKrupp MillServices & Systems, a company belonging to the Materials Services Business Area of ThyssenKrupp.

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ThyssenKrupp and Premium AEROTEC extend cooperation

ThyssenKrupp Aerospace GmbH, Heusenstamm, and Premium AEROTEC GmbH, Augsburg, have further extended cooperation.

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Kerstin Ney appointed to business area management board

Kerstin Ney (51) is to become a member of the Components Technology business area management board, where she will be in charge of Human Resources. With around 29,000 employees, ThyssenKrupp Components Technology produces high-tech components for the automotive and engineering sectors around the world.

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ThyssenKrupp presents ACCEL, a game-changing transit solution for cities and airports at UITP 2015 in Milan from June 8-10

It is unique; passengers enter walking at a regular speed and get accelerated at high-speeds to the other end. Applying linear motor technology from the Transrapid magnetic train, the ACCEL transportation system will facilitate fast access to metro stations, making it possible to have a station entrance at less than 600 metres from any commuter, attracting up to 30% additional passengers.

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One World Trade Center: ThyssenKrupp supplies elevators and stainless steel

ThyssenKrupp has installed the fastest elevators in North and South America at One World Trade Center in New York. The technology group also supplied stainless steel for the spire of the tower.

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ThyssenKrupp’s landmark test tower in Rottweil, Germany reaches a height of 100 meters in just two months

The tower, which will rise to 246 meters upon completion, will serve as the testing site for ThyssenKrupp’s ground-breaking mobility solutions, including the rope-less elevator MULTI, and is already proving to be a significant tourist attraction for the Baden-Württemberg area.

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Supervisory Board extends contracts of CFO Guido Kerkhoff and CHRO Oliver Burkhard

At its meeting today the Supervisory Board of ThyssenKrupp AG extended the contracts of Chief Financial Officer Guido Kerkhoff (47) and Chief Human Resources Officer Oliver Burkhard (43).

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ThyssenKrupp calls for action to improve city sustainability

Diversified industrial group ThyssenKrupp is calling for more energy efficient design in our urban landscapes, having analysed that energy savings in our buildings need to be implemented now in order to achieve meaningful levels in 15 years. Today buildings account for 40 percent of global energy consumption.

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