Matthias Rosenauer tells us about his daily routine as a software development engineer at Krones – a lateral entry that was definitely worthwhile.
Why does inclusive workplace design at Krones headquarters in Neutraubling benefit every one of the employees? How can barriers for disabled people be minimised in different fields of work?
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 Burkina Institute of Technology and Krones offer students an opportunity to expand their skill set during an internship.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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