Interview with Merle Buß

Interview with Merle Buß

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What do you study? Currently, I work for my Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a focus on Automotive. It’s an integrated degree program by Continental. What does Continental as an employer mean for you? Future! And opportunities! We develop future ideas and create the world of tomorrow – it is great being a part…

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Interview with Deniz Temel – Financial Analyst Independent Aftermarket Controlling

Interview with Deniz Temel – Financial Analyst Independent Aftermarket Controlling

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What does Continental mean to you as an employer? Primarily, for me, Continental means safety. Continental is a global company that provides a lot of opportunities for networking. What I think is really great, is the diversity of chances: if you really want to, you can reach anything and improve yourself every day. Which positions…

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A Year in a Review: Most Visited Articles in 2016

A Year in a Review: Most Visited Articles in 2016

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This top 10 lists our most successful articles of 2016. Continental employees around the world have told many different stories. They let readers be part of personal experiences made at home and abroad, grant an insight into the daily business at Continental and give otherwise interesting information. Striking for me were the articles around the compatibility…

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The First Continental Diversity Summit

The First Continental Diversity Summit

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The essential base of Continental’s innovative strength is the diversity of our employees. A variety of cultures, backgrounds and experiences is what make approaching topics from different angles possible. This proves that diversity is the key to creativity and innovation. Within the last few years, Berlin became a hotspot for the start-up scene. Between November…

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Interview with Janine Thelker – Junior PI Construction Engineer in Korbach

Interview with Janine Thelker – Junior PI Construction Engineer in Korbach

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Janine Thelker is a Junior PI Construction Engineer in Korbach. On September 1, 2008 Mrs. Thelker started her apprenticeship as a process mechanic in Korbach. We met with her and asked questions about her long-term working conditions and experiences at Continental. Please say a few words about your training. I started my training as a process…

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Experiences in Ecuador: How to cut a rubber tree

Experiences in Ecuador: How to cut a rubber tree

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Natural rubber is one of the essential raw materials used in tire production. The rubber tree grows in Ecuador – surrounded by banana and cacao plantations. Huge plantations are necessary to meet the high demand for natural rubber. And I got the chance to visit such a plantation! There, I got to know the local processes that are applied…

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Interview with Kirstin Eikmeier – Instructor for process mechanics for plastic and rubber technology

Interview with Kirstin Eikmeier – Instructor for process mechanics for plastic and rubber technology

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Kirstin Eikmeier works at Continental Waltershausen. She is an instructor for process mechanics for Plastic and Rubber Technology. What is your professional background? From 1974 to 1976 I did an apprenticeship as a laboratory chemist in Thale. After that, I studied Engineering Pedagogic at the “Justus von Liebig” engineering school for chemistry in Magdeburg. In 1980, I…

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Working at Industrial Tires: Interview with Ulf Günzel

Working at Industrial Tires: Interview with Ulf Günzel

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Ulf Günzel works in Quality Management at the Industrial Tires Business Unit in Korbach. Mr. Günzel started his apprenticeship as a process mechanic at Continental in Korbach on 09/01/1982. We sat down with him to talk about the impressions and experiences he gained during his long-term employment at Continental. Let’s talk about your career. What did you do after having finished your apprenticeship?…

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