thyssenkrupp is undergoing the biggest change process in the company's history: toward becoming a flexible, performance-oriented and sustainable group of companies that wants to help shape the green transformation of the economy and become climate-neutral as quickly as possible. Sustainability, climate protection, energy and mobility transformation, and digitalization are all on the agenda.

The new digital employee magazine, we+, represents this transformation: it uses existing infrastructures in a resource-saving way and offers intelligent access to inspiring stories from the group of companies. The smart idea: With we+, you, the reader, can choose when and on which channel you use the magazine through variable access. And you decide for yourself how deeply you want to delve into a topic.

These functions make we+ your own personal information asset:

  • Access without registration and password

  • Fast access via the "Fast Lane" for a quick overview

  • Depth of information through "Deep Dive", the immersion into a topic

  • Extensive keywording to easily track topics and trends

  • Print function for individually compiled content

And the selection of topics? Makes thyssenkrupp's transformation tangible. Want some examples?

thyssenkrupp Steel is a pioneer in the development of green steel technologies. The same applies to thyssenkrupp nucera in the production of green hydrogen and thyssenkrupp Uhde in CO2-neutral ammonia. Automotive Technology has long stood for sustainable and forward-looking mobility solutions, while Materials Services uses artificial intelligence to create efficient supply chains. Bearings is driving forward the energy transition with slewing bearings for wind turbines. And with digital tools, Marine Systems is revolutionizing the training of seafarers.

we+, the new plus in your we-media landscape: Try it out and give feedback: Bring on the ideas, hints and suggestions from the world of thyssenkrupp!

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