Who are the people who work, learn, develop products and initiate projects at CLASSEN? What drives them? What are their joys, their challenges, their goals? Here in the CLASSEN blog, they take us behind the factory gates of CLASSEN in Kaisersesch and Baruth.
How many tonnes of CO₂ emissions could we save at CLASSEN in 2020 and how did we do it? I will reveal it in my blog post.
Setting up a new production facility at a different location is a challenging project. Not only logistically, but also for the employees themselves. When CLASSEN moved its laminate production from Kaisersesch to Baruth, I was up close and personal as one of the people responsible for production in Kaisersesch. I share a few of my memories in my blog post.
I flew the Cologne - Berlin route so often that at one point the stewardesses almost greeted me with a handshake. The reason was a challenging project that I still remember fondly today.
I have been with CLASSEN since 2008. Working here turned out to be a great adventure for me, not only in my professional but also private life. It was here that I met my husband Wojciech, with whom we have been creating a happy family for several years.
I have been working in the laminate industry for 20 years now and have developed and helped develop many innovations. It is not new that laminate can hardly be distinguished visually from original wooden floors. It's not new that laminate is super easy and quick to lay. What is really new is that we can make laminate really water-resistant with the megaloc aqua protect installation system. It makes me proud that we at CLASSEN have succeeded in doing this and have thus reached a new category. Now laminate can be used for the entire living area and even in damp rooms.
I have been a trainee at CLASSEN for one and a half years now. What has awaited me there, what does my training look like? I'll take you with me and let you look behind the scenes.
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