A competition that benefits everyone: Krones.shop is rewarding the achievement of order intake targets by planting trees.
Rising sales, lower emissions – How is that going to work? The heads of our Sustainability, R&D and Marketing Departments address this challenge in an illuminating debate.
Some insights into the interaction between water, our natural environment and industry
Lukas Stober, an electrical engineer in Krones’ Digitalisation and Automation Department, gives us some insight into his everyday work.
Boosting India as a location: Krones is turning Bengaluru into a hub of the Krones.digital community, and Unicorn into a provider of turnkey solutions for process technology in India and beyond.
The Financial Times and Statista recognize Krones’ efforts to help mitigate climate change.
Krones is matching its human rights management system to the regulations laid down in the new German Act on Corporate Due Diligence in Supply Chains (LkSG) – an interview with members of the Corporate Sustainability Team.
Don’t throw it away – take it home! The System Logistics “Take away” campaign saves left-over canteen meals from the waste bin.
An industrial corporation with net-zero emissions – Is that possible? Our recently published climate transition plan clearly sets out all climate-relevant Krones information.
The Burkina Institute of Technology and Krones offer students an opportunity to expand their skill set during an internship.
A tree for every member of the family: System Logistics has partnered with Treedom for a green and biodiverse world.
What happens to Krones machines when they have reached the end of their operational lifetime? They remain part of the circular economy!
Looking back on 15 successful years of Krones’ enviro programme and spotlighting its vital importance for shaping our future
Even at the age of 64, site manager Gösta Lindahl is still travelling the world for Krones – and he has by no means had enough.
Competitive behaviour and climate protection? That doesn't go together. Our sustainability strategy focuses on cooperation – not only within the Group, but also beyond.
The Krones Group improved its CDP score by a full grade for 2022 and is now better than the industry average.
The great environmental issues of our time know no boundaries, whether by industry or region. And so, solving them likewise requires a spirit of openness. That is why Krones has established an innovation hub that reaches across and beyond the group.
Benedikt Ott and Benjamin Böck from Controlling in Neutraubling and Bangkok swapped jobs for two months, thus gaining valuable insights into each other’s department.
Job sharing is a flexible work model that offers numerous advantages: Firstly, it helps people improve their work/life balance. And secondly it enables companies to get experienced, satisfied and fully committed employees.
The trend towards hybrid working has caught on at Krones. The shared-desk model and office-space revamping play their part in improving productivity and creating a pleasant working environment in the office.
Five days of the drinktec made for thousands of experiences: drinktec 2022 has ended, but the conversations and impressions will continue to resonate for quite some time.
With the acquisition of Unicorn, Krones is adding robust and cost-competitive process technology solutions to its portfolio, specifically tailored to the requirements of emerging markets.
Tsingtao Brewery has put into operation the first Varioline 3M in the Greater China region. Its installation, which took place at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, presented considerable challenges.
ProPak Asia is Asia’s leading trade event for processing and packaging, and Krones, of course, participated as well.
Krones’ subsidiary in the United States offers many exciting opportunities for aspiring and fully trained service technicians.
Krones.digital is a groupwide Krones community tasked with translating digitalization and automation in the food and beverage industries into hands-on reality.
Whether PET, film or polystyrene, the newly opened Recycling Technology Center conducts material tests for customers from all over the world.
Seven years filled with a lot of experiences and fascinating colleagues in a great many different countries.
Since the end of 2021 a Diversity Board at Krones has been supporting a range of measures aimed at encouraging the equal treatment of women in work.
Female service technicians still stand out. The first female service technician at the Krones Center East Africa chats about her experiences and her way into the field.
Krones’ dual training programme in Nairobi, Kenya, brings forth its own excellently trained service technicians.
RSS feeds make sure that you will in future always be notified immediately when there is something new for you to read and discover in the Krones magazine.
New central power plant built, existing CHP plants upgraded: Krones reduces future carbon emissions at its Neutraubling site by around 400 metric tons per year.
How can Krones protect its employees against the coronavirus on business trips and service assignments? And what happens if somebody does fall ill?
25 years of Krones website – We invite you to accompany us on a journey back to the year 1996, when the first official Krones homepage was born.
Woman power in a male-dominated field: Premwadee Mongkolnam is the only woman to serve as a site manager at Krones – and she masters her job with great success.
Ahmad Alsheikh, an expert in reinforcement learning, is a welcome addition to the research and development team at Krones – assuring further optimisation through machine learning.
After a coronavirus infection, three colleagues had to be brought back home from their business travel in Ethiopia under special protective measures.
To Do App, FindTime and the PowerPoint Live Feature: Silke Riedl presents technologies to help you in your everyday work.
Your online platform with news from the Krones universe: Ongoing customer projects, technological innovations and a glimpse behind the scenes at Krones.
At FATs, the customer inspects his machine on site with us before it sets off. Now a digital alternative was required.
Paul Schönheit knows what makes an aseptic system tick. Explaining this, however, was not easy on his first of many trips to Asia.
Flexibility and helpfulness are particularly in demand during the pandemic – and can also turn everyday working life completely upside down.
Andreas Müller and Dr. Christian Philipp take a look at short-term makeshifts and long-term developments of the Krones Academy.
An aseptic overhaul during a pandemic can face a number of hurdles, as our Chinese colleagues report.
Krones joins an EU initiative that encourages recycling. Jonas Fabian Hunold explains what this means for Krones and for sustainable packaging.
Krones unites international forces and talents to bring out the best in its products. This is also the case with our bottle designers in Dubai.
The new Krones climate strategy is Science Based Targets approved. Peter Steger gives details and explains what distinguishes the strategy.
To bring employees together and train them at the same time, Krones Inc. introduced 'Lunch and Learns'. A colleague introduces the concept.
The coronavirus is keeping the world on tenterhooks. Nevertheless, the situations at our international sites differ.
In addition to providing medical care for emergencies and acute complaints, the company doctors at Krones are primarily responsible for prevention.
Crises like the coronavirus call for support across all sectors and Krones was able to help in regard to disinfectants and their packaging.
Under strict security measures, operations in the USA could be maintained during the coronavirus.
Efficient virtual communication enables our machines to be delivered and serviced despite travel and contact restrictions.
Krones and MHT work on shared development projects for new bottle ideas.
The coronavirus called for changes in the everyday work at Krones in Germany such as strict hygienic measures or remote work.
The winners of a brewing competition at Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences brew something special with Johannes Eymess.
Silke Riedl explains which features the software Microsoft Teams has at Krones – from chatting and telephony to collaborative working.
A glue pallet ensures that customers get their desired look for beverage packaging – but only if it is designed and manufactured precisely.
The new Eurest operations manager provides information about Krones' gastronomy and possible changes to healthy meals or even sustainability.
Silke Riedl experienced a lot at the Microsoft Modern Workplace Assistant Summit, from keynote speeches to exciting breakout sessions.
VPN, MFA, Authenticator App and Microsoft Teams – Silke Riedl tells us what her mobile working days at Krones looks like.
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