engineering. tomorrow. together. Engineering is key to making thyssenkrupp’s brand promise a reality. The best way to understand what ‘engineering’ means for us and our customers is to take a look at the work of our engineers.
“We think outside the box.”
Service is a top priority in thyssenkrupp’s Steel division.
Masters of the ice
When lugers Eggert and Benecken race down ice-covered tracks, thyssenkrupp is right there with them – 80 percent of the materials used to make their luge were developed by various Business Areas of our Group.
It’s all in the mix
A new sinter test facility determines the most efficient and environmentally friendly way to use raw materials.
Why has thyssenkrupp changed its lettering and logo? And what does the new trade mark mean for the steel industry? Andreas J. Goss, CEO of thyssenkrupp Steel, and Michael Trautmann of the creative agency thjnk explain.
A coking plant becomes a bakery
A modern testing facility belonging to thyssenkrupp Steel and Industrial Solutions can transform coke oven gas into baking powder.
thyssenkrupp increases its international presence.
New lettering? Logo!
Values and strategies change over the years, and sooner or later the time comes for a company to change its appearance. We, too, have changed, and so we have given ourselves a new trade mark.
Improved field of vision finally
The InCar®plus ‘Thin A-pillar’ project from ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe delivers better visibility.
New start on the Bosphorus
Turkey is booming, offering plenty of promising business opportunities for ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe and its customers.
A new bumper system has been developed as part of the InCar®plus initiative. The steel girders not only save on weight, they are cheaper too.
Designer wheels made from steel
Sleek rims and attractive wheels: The steel-CFRP hybrid wheel developed by ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe is contributing to reducing costs and weight – while also making the product more environmentally friendly
More than just good ideas
With InCar® plus, ThyssenKrupp has continued to build upon its comprehensive development project in the area of automotive manufacturing, and in doing so, the company has combined expertise from three different business areas. Axel Grüneklee is the overall coordinator for all individual projects and employees.
“We offer customers the perfect solution.”
InCar® plus is a forward-thinking, all-round package for the automotive industry.
Car of the future
With its InCar® plus development project, ThyssenKrupp presents over 40 new drive, chassis and steering control and body technology.
Harder and thinner than steel armour plate
The new high-grade manganese steel is extremely strong, and can still be processed easily – for example to build high-security cash transporters. This material is now an award winner.