Hard work can come from anyone, and at Bilstein, we are dedicated to hiring people of all abilities. We are extremely proud to be recognized by the Ohio Governor's Council for this achievement and hope to set a positive example for companies looking to follow a similar path.
Fabian Schmahl, President and CEO, thyssenkrupp Bilstein
We congratulate thyssenkrupp Bilstein of America on receiving this honor. Our panel of judges was truly impressed with the company's commitment to not only hiring people with disabilities, but making them full members of their team.
Matthew Sauer, Ph.D., chair of the Ohio Governor's Council on People with Disabilities
The implementation of OEO enabled elevators in U.S. high-rise buildings is a critically important step toward ensuring people’s safety in the event of an emergency, and it’s only the beginning. In the near future, hopefully many of the high-rise buildings being designed in major markets will incorporate OEO functionality for their elevators.
Rich Hussey, CEO of thyssenkrupp Elevator’s Americas Business Unit
Providing every passenger with the safest and most comfortable travel experience requires a never-ending commitment to researching and developing the most advanced methods and technologies that help us better achieve that goal. That commitment also extends to the services we provide to building owners and managers, and we’re excited to share a few of these next-generation technologies with BOMA attendees.
Matt Watkins, EVP of thyssenkrupp Elevator
We are very pleased with this award, which acknowledges the reliability, flexibility and customer proximity of our steering plants in Liechtenstein, France and North America. This is a great recognition for our employees at these locations.
Karsten Kroos, CEO, thyssenkrupp's components technology business area
With MULTI, we are heralding the end of the 160-year reign of the rope-dependent elevator. We are thrilled to receive the highest honor with a Gold award for this technological innovation that brings a completely new dimension to urban mobility and marks the beginning of a new era for the elevator industry.
Markus Jetter, Head of Product Development at thyssenkrupp Elevator and the chief engineer of the MULTI
Our unique expertise, deep-rooted industry knowledge and extensive product portfolio allow us to deliver optimum technical and economic solutions that address every challenge and satisfy our customers’ requirements.
Peter Sehl, Vice President, Mining, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions
From maintenance and onsite training to revamps and spare parts supply and management, we collaborate with customers to develop tailored service solutions that meet the individual needs of their industry, operation and application.
Amy Reichert, President, Berco of America
As one of the few full-line global suppliers, it is our goal to work with our customers to deliver optimum technical and economic solutions that address every challenge and satisfy all requirements.
Peter Sehl, Vice President, Mining, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions
As the automotive landscape progresses, we continue to offer a broad range of technologies and capabilities to support our customers as they design and engineer the cars of the future.
Dr. Karsten Kroos, CEO, thyssenkrupp Components Technology
Remember, Safety First. Safety is everyone's responsibility at thyssenkrupp and we encourage our customers and the people who depend on our products every day to have the same focus.
Gary Losey, Vice President, U.S. Service Operations
By strengthening our capabilities in this critical diameter range, we are better able to provide faster delivery times to customers in the construction equipment as well as oil and gas markets which are vital to our business.
Mark Girman, CEO, thyssenkrupp Rotek
This center is changing the landscape of Atlanta. We are honored to call it home to the first installation in the Western Hemisphere of thyssenkrupp’s TWIN and its industry-changing technology
Patrick Bass, CEO thyssenkrupp North America
Coda will be unlike anything in the southeastern U.S., and its Class T office space will enable collaboration in a unique and groundbreaking way. The mixed-use building will contain many firsts, and we’re thrilled to start that trend by being the first building in the U.S. to utilize the TWIN elevator technology from thyssenkrupp.
Ambrish Baisiwala, CEO Portman Holdings
thyssenkrupp’s Research Innovation Center has been a proud member of the Tech Square community since 2013. The installation of TWIN now gives us the opportunity to be a part of both its building design infrastructure as well as its innovation ecosystem.
Patrick Bass, CEO thyssenkrupp North America
Our continued ability to expand reinforces the value of investing in thyssenkrupp Bilstein's growth as well as the value of our long-standing support of Hamilton and our community.
Fabian Schmahl, thyssenkrupp Bilstein president and CEO
thyssenkrupp Bilstein embodies our company values of outstanding engineering expertise, an entrepreneurial spirit and a dependable community partner.
Patrick Bass, thyssenkrupp North America CEO
It is critical for us and our industry that the best and brightest young minds see a future in a career in advanced manufacturing.
Fabian Schmahl, thyssenkrupp Bilstein president and CEO
We are honored to be a long-term partner in the Veedersburg community and are excited to see what the future holds for both our company and the community.
Marcelo do Prado, President and CEO of thyssenkrupp Crankshaft
The dedication, commitment and hard work the Veedersburg employees have shown over the years embody thyssenkrupp’s core values.
Patrick Bass, CEO of thyssenkrupp North America Inc.
Our mission is to do something nobody else in our field has done before: To transform a century-old industry that has relied on established technology until now. Cities need innovations that respond to the challenges of the massive urbanization we are currently witnessing. We are very pleased to work with Microsoft to truly take ThyssenKrupp into the digital era and change the way the elevator industry offers maintenance services.
Andreas Schierenbeck, CEO of ThyssenKrupp Elevator
Frank [Kevane] has played an instrumental role in our success during his nearly 35 years with the company. We thank him for his contributions in so many areas and wish him the best in a well-deserved retirement.
Christian Dohr, TKMNA President and CEO
Ed [Kurasz] experience and strong skill set are particularly well-suited for our company and we look forward to continue growing our business and developing our people and services under his leadership.
Christian Dohr, TKMNA President and CEO
“Innovation is the engine driving ThyssenKrupp’s next chapter of growth.
Patrick Bass, CEO of ThyssenKrupp North America
“ThyssenKrupp is extremely proud to be honored as an innovator by MIT.
Patrick Bass, CEO of ThyssenKrupp North America
North America is already ThyssenKrupp’s most important sales market outside Germany, accounting for around 22 percent of our total sales. We are profiting from economic growth and the renaissance of manufacturing in the USA. That’s particularly true of our components business, which is why we have started this investment drive. We are using the opportunity to continue to grow profitably here.
Dr. Heinrich Hiesinger, Chief Executive Officer of ThyssenKrupp
What riders experience is just a small fraction of the years of planning and execution we have invested into creating and maintaining the fastest elevators in the Western Hemisphere.
Richard Hussey, President and CEO of ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas
Working on this iconic project and such an important part of the New York City skyline is a point of pride for the ThyssenKrupp team around the world. The elevators and escalators installed at One World Trade Center are symbolic of ThyssenKrupp’s rich heritage of engineering innovation and history of working with customers to provide customized solutions to fit any project.
Patrick Bass, CEO of ThyssenKrupp North America
Currently there are over 900,000 elevators in the US, which transport over 18 million passengers a day, understanding the material health of elevator cabs is paramount to our sustainability commitment to those who use and buy our products. Since the onset of this 7-month certification process, we have gained valuable insight enabling us to continuously optimize the components within our cabs to gain higher levels of achievement in the future.
Brad Nemeth, VP of Sustainability at ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas
Our order books are full so we are constantly expanding our production capacities in Mexico and the USA. In the past three fiscal years we have invested around 185 million euros here. Now we want to raise the tempo even more. To fulfil new orders we are planning further investment in North America averaging around 80 million euros a year up to 2020. Around half of this will go into expanding and building new plants in Mexico.
Dr. Karsten Kroos, CEO of the Components Technology business area
“ThyssenKrupp is a long-term partner to the automotive industry and is developing products and services to meet the demand for ‘more’ in a ‘better’ way.”
Claudius Rath, Head of the InCar®plus project
Our InCar®plus solutions, which can be integrated quickly into automotive production, gives our customers an important edge in terms of time and cost.”
Patrick Bass, CEO of ThyssenKrupp North America
“We had more entries than ever this year, and competition was tough. The winners showed innovation and the ability to help transform the fields of energy and sustainability management. Entries that were awarded Top Product or Project of the Year are those that should be carefully considered by companies seeking to improve operations and boost the bottom line.”
Paul Nastu, publisher of Environmental Leader.
“enviromax is formulated from materials that have minimal effects on the environment.”
Brad Nemeth, vice president of sustainability, ThyssenKrupp Elevator
“An innovative and sustainable product helping the elevator industry and organizations at large to negate their environmental and social risks.”
Environmental Leader Award judge
“Today we recognize the great accomplishment of our Americas team. By achieving this LEED Gold certification, we are investing in our employees’ health and safety, in our community and in our partnership with the State of Tennessee.”
ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG CEO, Andreas Schierenbeck
“LEED Gold Certification cements ThyssenKrupp as a leader in Tennessee’s green economy and has set the standard for facilities looking to improve indoor air quality and reduce energy consumption statewide.”
Lori Munkeboe, director of Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation’s Office of Sustainable Practices
“Several years ago we set goals to minimize our impacts on the environment, reduce waste and provide greener solutions to our customers.”
Rich Hussey, president and CEO of ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas
This facility was built in 1969, when green building practices were not on the radar. So, we are tremendously proud our team was able to attain this impressive level of certification for a facility built almost 50 years ago.
Rich Hussey, president and CEO of ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas
Our efforts benefit both ThyssenKrupp and the state of Tennessee because we are able to use less energy and water, reduce our emissions and create a healthier working environment for our employees.
Rich Hussey, president and CEO of ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas
We increased the amount of outside air to ventilate the space by ~150,000 cubic feet per minute, which translates to ~216,000,000 cubic feet per day.
Brad Nemeth, vice president of sustainability, ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas
Mexico is one of the key growth countries for our global automotive business. We are growing with our customers, who mainly supply the export markets from there.
Karsten Kroos, CEO ThyssenKrupp Components Technology Business
The ability to process both aluminum and carbon steel blanks on the same line will allow us to react and provide solutions to the materials and service demands of our customers much more quickly.
Joachim Limberg, Chief Executive Officer, Materials Services ThyssenKrupp AG
Mexico is a key area for investment and opportunity for our business, especially as it relates to the country’s growing automotive manufacturing presence.
Christian Dohr, President and CEO, ThyssenKrupp Materials NA, Inc.
After 160 years, we are moving away from the cable-dependent elevator. Buildings can now evolve, reach new heights, shapes and purposes.
Patrick Bass, CEO ThyssenKrupp North America, Inc.
As the world’s population continues to migrate into urban areas, efficient mobility in buildings is no longer a luxury, but an absolute necessity, making MULTI one of the most significant innovations in the elevator industry.
Patrick Bass, CEO ThyssenKrupp North America, Inc.
As the nature of building construction evolves, it is also necessary to adapt elevator systems to better suit the requirements of buildings and high passenger volumes.
Andreas Schierenback, CEO, ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG
As hundreds of soldiers return to civilian life, it’s more important than ever to deliver products to enable our veterans to regain their active lives.
Scott Moore, ThyssenKrupp AIN Plastics O&P Team
ThyssenKrupp is committed to investing in our people and our communities. Whether you are a student, just beginning your career or have worked in industry for years, we strive to equip people to become leaders in industry with many programs across our business areas that attract and develop talent at all levels
Anke Felder, Head of Human Resources, ThyssenKrupp North America, Inc.
“We joined the Better Plants program to further our commitment to sustainable manufacturing. Focusing on energy reduction and reducing waste represent significant goals for ThyssenKrupp Elevator’s U.S. operations. In 2009, prior to joining the Better Plants program, we pledged to reduce energy and water use by 20 percent by 2015. It is truly a testament to our convictions that we have exceeded both the timeline and the percentage of reduction so aggressively,”
Doug Apelt, president of manufacturing, ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas
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