As part of ThyssenKrupp’s strategic development program the two engineering subsidiaries ThyssenKrupp Fördertechnik and ThyssenKrupp Polysius are being merged with effect from April 02, 2013 to form ThyssenKrupp Resource Technologies.
With around 5,500 employees and annual sales of approx. two billion euros, the new company will be one of the world’s leading system suppliers for the mining and cement industries as well as the mineral processing and bulk materials handling sectors. It will offer single-source expertise ranging from design and consulting to engineering and project management to construction and installation, after-sales service, research & development and plant financing.
The management board of ThyssenKrupp Resource Technologies is made up of Ramsis Shehata (CEO), Christof Brewka (service business), Heike Franke (CFO), Martin Hilbig (CHRO) and Lothar Jungemann (cement business).
ThyssenKrupp Resource Technologies has an extensive global sales and service network. Its fast-growing service operations are being systematically expanded. The ThyssenKrupp Resource Technologies product range includes bucket-wheel excavators, conveyor systems, crusher plants, grinding and processing plants, stockyard and port handling systems for bulk materials as well as cement plants. Lifecycle support can be provided for all products, as well as 24/7 service for individual machines or plants.
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