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K+S: diverse and international

The roots of the K+S Group go back to the middle of the 19th century. At that time, miners in Germany extracted the world's first potash deposits and began producing fertilizers. Today, the K+S Group is an internationally oriented raw materials company with production facilities in Europe as well as North America. More than 11,000 employees all over the world make K+S successful and dynamic. And here our employees say what K+S means to them personally:

Serak Rezane, Head of Innovation Hub in Kassel, Germany
For me, K+S means the freedom to come up with new innovations.
Serak Rezane, Head of Innovation Hub in Kassel, Germany
Kristie Pepin, Process Analyst in Bethune, Canada
I really enjoy working for K+S because there are so many opportunities for professional and personal development.
Kristie Pepin, Process Analyst in Bethune, Canada
Meik Schäffler, Foreman in Werk Werra, Germany
K+S is a great company for me. The team spirit at the sites always encourages us and makes us strong.
Meik Schäffler, Foreman in Werk Werra, Germany
Sheldon Paul, Operator in Bethune, Canada
I look forward to going to work every day. It's like a big family at K+S.
Sheldon Paul, Operator in Bethune, Canada
Johanna Hoffmeister, IT Technology & Innovation, Kassel, Germany
For me, K+S means that everyone works together with commitment and that everyone is supported in their personal development.
Johanna Hoffmeister, IT Technology & Innovation, Kassel, Germany
Leon Mosebach, Mechanic, Werk Werra, Philippsthal, Germany
For me, mining at K+S is a unique working environment that combines future, tradition and community.
Leon Mosebach, Mechanic, Werk Werra, Philippsthal, Germany
Janina Kaiser, Head of Strategy & Innovation for Sub-Saharan Africa, Kampala/Uganda
K+S gives me the opportunity to gain completely new experiences on another continent and to improve the world a little with new ideas.
Janina Kaiser, Head of Strategy & Innovation for Sub-Saharan Africa, Kampala/Uganda
Maria Prudlak, Head of electrical engineering underground, Werk Werra, Germany
I am very happy that women can now also work underground. This has opened up great career prospects for me at K+S.
Maria Prudlak, Head of electrical engineering underground, Werk Werra, Germany
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