Male-orientated profession? – We do not believe in labels!

Georgia Skaltsa and Silke Heinsohn are both apprentices at thyssenkrupp Marine Systems. Today, on International Day of the Girl, we talked to them about their training.

Maik Mühlberg driving digitalization forward

Maik Mühlberg and his team bring us closer to becoming the most modern naval company in Europe every day. The Head of Production Digital & Automation drives forward digitalization and innovation at our shipyard in Kiel.

Meeting customer requirements on a global market

As Senior Bid Manager Iftikhar Chorfi helps maintain our good relationships with customers worldwide. Learn more about how he put his eight years of engineering experience to work in acquiring international service contracts.

Women should not have to prove themselves just because they are women

In many countries, women are still underrepresented in technical professions. For Lea Gradert, design engineer at thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, it doesn't have to be this way. She explains why being a woman and an engineer go perfectly well together.

Why diversity drives us forward in a globalized world

Inga Wachtmann grew up in a family of female trailblazers for women’s rights. Today, Inga Wachtmann is driving diversity and inclusion forward at thyssenkrupp Marine Systems as an HR Change Manager. In an exclusive interview she tells us about her job and professional journey.

Safety first! Because we care.

When it comes to the safety of our employees, we don't joke around. At thyssenkrupp Marine Systems all colleagues should be safe. David Mißfelder, Head of Occupational Safety and Health at our Kiel shipyard told us how his team meets this challenge.

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