thyssenkrupp supplies Volkswagen in Portugal on a just-in-time basis
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thyssenkrupp invests in e-commerce
Mapudo data model to further improve customer shopping experience
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.
Following the appointment of Dr. Klaus Keysberg to the Executive Board of thyssenkrupp AG, the Board of the thyssenkrupp Materials Services business area is being partly restructured.
One of Europe’s most popular compact SUVs rolls off the production line in the Portuguese city of Setubal: the VW T-Roc. For the production of this top-selling model, Volkswagen puts its faith in the supply chain experts from thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe’s unit Palmetal in Palmela, just a few kilometers away.
When it comes to tailor-made solutions and many years of consulting and engineering expertise from powder metal to 3D finished parts made of metal or plastic, thyssenkrupp is one of the industry's leading service providers.
thyssenkrupp Materials Poland, a company of the Materials Services business area, has further expanded its regional warehouse in the north of the country.