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Sustainability is a core component of thyssenkrupp’s corporate strategy. The diversified industrial group aims to offer innovative products, technologies and services worldwide that contribute to the sustainable success of its customers as well as climate protection. The solar industry, for example, is one of many other sectors that has special requirements when it comes to the organization of the value chain. thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe has identified these requirements and provides tailored supply chain services to manufacturers of industrial solar power systems used for sustainable electricity generation.
In Duisburg thyssenkrupp is testing the “sequence impulse process with induced shockwaves”, a new blast furnace technology designed to enhance process efficiency.
Motorworld is the new attraction for auto fans in Berlin. Following extensive renovation work, its shed-roofed listed building, the so-called “old hardening shop”, has been transformed into a showroom for manufacturers of exclusive car brands. Among other things, material from thyssenkrupp Plastics has been used in the bright and airy space to ensure that the cars on show look their best.
thyssenkrupp Materials Services yesterday laid the foundation stone for the construction of the new logistics center in Rotenburg, Lower Saxony. A state-of-the-art logistics center is being built at the site and is scheduled to start operations in mid 2021. The materials distribution & service provider is investing a total of around € 60 million in the project.
Materials Services, the thyssenkrupp Group's materials distribution and service provider, is continuing to invest in its e-commerce activities: The company has purchased the data model for materials and anonymized product data from Mapudo GmbH, a former online marketplace for steel products. In this way thyssenkrupp Materials Services aims to optimize product data quality and offer customers an even better shopping experience on the company's online platforms.
Effective January 1, 2020, Detlef Schotten will become Chairman of the Board of Management of thyssenkrupp Schulte, the German subsidiary of the materials distribution and service provider thyssenkrupp Materials Services.