Konecranes’ apprenticeship programs have allowed the company to grow its own skilled workforce of technicians and managers, boosting their overall productivity and setting them up for life.
Perspectives and insight into the most relevant business issues and trends.
Introducing Konecranes' new CEO Panu Routila.
How important is continued training to Konecranes’ workforce? Dale L. Smith, Vice President, Head of Sales and Service Training at Konecranes, talk about the Konecranes Sales and Service Academy and its significance to the company and its customers.
Listen to Johanna Pirinen, Director of Corporate Responsibility at Konecranes, discuss the company’s work in assessing the fairness of its labor conditions in this first episode of the Way Up podcast.
By summer 2015 we successfully completed SAP rollouts in half of our operations globally. Our SAP software now extends to all continents.
“Increasing understanding enhances our ability to find out what can be improved. We can then help our customers to be more successful in their own businesses”, says Timo Toni, Director, Sales Development at Konecranes. Read more about his views on CRM sales here.
"We need to partner with smaller companies and start-ups and get them interested in the industrial internet so we can develop the ecosystem and help grow the industry as a whole."
It used to be a common view that corporate responsibility was related to a company’s reputation. Now, responsibility is more widely seen as an opportunity instead of a threat.
Way Up explored the key qualities of an attractive employer. What did two Konecranes' employees bring up?
Svend Videbaek, Marketing, Business Area Port Solutions at Konecranes, explains the Core of Lifting, a vital concept for understanding how the company operates.
Kevin Whitling is a technical trainer working in the US.
Satu Kaivonen, Environmental Specialist, contributes to continuous development in Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) at Konecranes by driving strategic priorities in corporate responsibility thro