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Innovation aus Tradition Seit 1948 steht die inhabergeführte Firma Krüger & Salecker für Innovation, Leistungsstärke und Zuverlässigkeit.
Innovation aus Tradition Seit 1948 steht die inhabergeführte Firma Krüger & Salecker für Innovation, Leistungsstärke und Zuverlässigkeit.

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70 years in 2 minutes! :-)
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Wir suchen Verstärkung!

Junior-Vertriebsmanager (w/m)
im Bereich Maschinenbau

Aufgaben:

- Vermarktung unserer Maschinen auf internationaler Ebene
- Kundenbetreuung und Verkaufsgespräche
- Planung und Durchführung von internationalen Messen
- Gezielte Förderung ausgewählter Vertriebspartner
- Aufbau neuer Vertriebspartner und Vertriebskanäle inkl.Vertragsgestaltungen
- Erstellung von Angeboten
- Erstellung und Verfolgung von Angeboten
- Erschließung neuer Märkte, weltweiter Ausbau unserer Marktanteile
- Betreuung und Ausbau der vorhandenen Märkte

Anforderungen:

- Idealer Weise erste sichtbare Vertriebserfolge im Investitionsgüterbereich
- Erfahrungen im Umgang mit dem ERP-System: Microsoft Navision
- Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse in Schrift und Wort, ideal weitere Fremdsprachenkenntnisse wie Spanisch
- Internationale Reisebereitschaft
- Strukturierte und teamorientierte Arbeitsweise

Wir bieten:

- leistungsgerechte Bezahlung
- eine abwechslungsreiche, attraktive Tätigkeit
- ein interessantes Umfeld und ein sympathisches Team.

Senden Sie uns bitte Ihre aussagekräftigen Bewerbungsunterlagen (inkl. Gehaltswunsch und möglichem Eintrittstermin) ausschließlich per EMail an Herrn Bettex: tb@kands.org
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Machines for healthy snacks
Krüger & Salecker Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG is celebrating its 70-year anniversary this year. The company is one of the leading manufacturers of forming machines for the confectionery industry. What makes them special: they don’t destroy the ingredients in products like granola bars or balls.

Our company’s secret? The power of innovation and a knack for global trends,” ­replies Jörg Maskow, owner of the machine manufacturing company Krüger & Salecker (K&S), based in Bad Schwartau/Germany. The company was founded 70 years ago, and Jörg Maskow has been the sole proprietor since 2003. The 55-year-old can’t help but smile during a stroll through the production hall. He is visibly proud of what he and his employees have achieved. He‘s already looking forward to the jubilee celebrations in June. “We are one of the leading manufacturers of forming machines for the confectionery industry,” explains the company boss. “We are especially adept at processing natural foods and cereal products, such as granola bars and balls.”
Dressed in jeans and a blazer, the man in his mid-fifties strolls through the plant, greeting his “team”, as he calls them, and talks with a few of his employees. “Here, we’re currently completing a GFW equipment system for cereal processing,” he says pointing to a 3.5 t heavy and almost 3 m tall colossus made of stainless steel. Early on, Krüger & Salecker saw the trend towards healthy foods like nutritious snacks based on grains, nuts and dried fruits without added sugar – these are the absolute trends in the food industry. It’s in keeping with the motto “healthy and delicious, not fried and fatty.” The company jumped on board early with the healthy food trend and in recent years has provided large, global clients with equipment to produce healthy foods. “The demand for these processing machines is increasing,” knows Jörg Maskow, who finds the healthy turn in the confectionery industry a good thing from more than just a business perspective. “It’s time that this industry shows what it’s capable of. First and foremost, it can’t be loaded with calories, processed and unhealthy. The end consumers’ lifestyle has changed, and the industry is finally reacting to it.”

Early recognition of the healthy food trend
The key feature of the North German forming machines is that they don‘t destroy or otherwise crush the ingredients of the granola bars. “With our competitors, the granola mass comes out of the machine in the shape of a large carpet which is then cut into bar forms with blades, like with a circular saw,” explains Maskow. “Yet, this destroys the ingredients. Nuts, for example, lose their oil as a result, and the bar gets mushy at these locations.”
The bars produced by the Krüger & Salecker machines are formed individually. Nothing is cut or crushed. The bars achieve their shape through section rolling. In this manner, the granola mass is gently poured in, and the finished bars land individually on the conveyor belt. “Thanks to our special process, food makers need less binding agent which cuts down on calories,” shares Jörg Maskow. “Cereal products made in this fashion require just a fraction of the binding agent amount necessary for conventionally produced bars.”
Like many internationally successful companies, Krüger & Salecker started as a small operation. In the beginning, the company was not active in the food industry. The company’s history begins with a cellar workshop in Lübeck on 1 July 1948. Robert Krüger und Heinrich Salecker manufactured desperately-needed pots, pans and cutlery in the early post-war years in Germany. After a short time, the young company built its first machines for the food industry.
In keeping with Lübeck’s history of marzipan making, the first machine they made was one that could form marzipan. “One of these initial machines is still running today,” assures Jörg Maskow. It’s no longer in constant operation but still works today as it did when it was delivered in 1955.
In the early 1990s, Paul Asmuth took control of the company. He ­expanded the programme at Krüger & Salecker to include machines that make grinding discs and disc brake pads. During this time, confectionery ebbed into the background. In 1998, the machine programme from the ­fellow Lübeck-based com­pany Ketter was acquired and ­integrated into the confectionery ­machine segment. In 2001, an in-house company technical centre was established where test runs could be conducted, amongst other things.
After Jörg Maskow took control, Krüger & Salecker underwent yet another transformation. “Our machines use a modular concept, so that we can shape practically anything from soft to semi-soft masses,” emphasises Maskow. “Our clients include the small pastry chef next door as well as the world’s largest food companies.”

Success in more than 25 countries worldwide
In late 2008, K&S moved into new premises on the “green meadow” of Bad Schwartau where multiple machines could be built simultaneously. Besides cereal formers, the product line-up includes various forming, rolling, and streusel machines as well as extruders. The number of employees increased from ten in 2003 to almost 60 today. As a global player, the company now has a number of representatives in more than 25 countries – from Europe to America and ­beyond to India, Japan and Australia.
“We are where we are today ­because of my team’s drive,” reflects the company boss. However, that‘s not enough for him and his team: “We are driven by innovation, the constant pursuit of being better and faster than our competitors. That‘s what defines Krüger & Salecker.” •

https://kands.org/machines-for-healthy-snacks/
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Let´s meet in Dubai.

Our Cereal molding machine GFT will be highlighted at the Gulfood Manufacting Show in Dubai Oct. 31th - Nov. 2nd 2017

find us in HALL Shk Saeed 3 Booth: S3-A24 (in Cooperation with Doehler)

More information: http://kands.org/exhibitions/ and www.gulfoodmanufacturing.com
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Meet us at the FOOMA 2017 in Tokio. (Booth No. 1F-21)

10 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 13 (Tuesday) to 16 (Friday), 2017

The International Food Machinery & Technology Exhibition (FOOMA JAPAN) is a comprehensive trade show for food machinery and food processing technologies. It brings together exhibiting companies in all fields of the food manufacturing process, from raw material processing to packaging and distribution, focused on food manufacturing and processing machinery. This year marks the 40th anniversary of this annual exhibition that has a long history and tradition in Japan. In 2017 the exhibition area scale will be further expanded to roughly 15,000 square meters. Over 700 corporations will take part in FOOMA JAPAN, which speaks to its size as one of the largest exhibitions in Asia. This lively exhibition is visited by almost 100,000 people each time, and more overseas visitors are coming every year in search of excellent food manufacturing and processing machinery. (foomajapan.jp)

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Cereal moulding machines from Krüger & Salecker Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG

The current challenge for food manufacturers is more than ever to produce individual, healthy and nutritious snacks, which should also be loved by the consumers. In this case: “Less is more!”. Nuts, seeds, dried fruits and berries as well as various grain varieties already offer a great diversity of taste.

And not only sweet snacks are of great popularity, but also snack products, such as with sea salt, chilli or matcha, are increasingly found on the market and creates new trend foods. But whether snack or sweet, a snack as an intermediate meal should bring these qualities: it must taste good and be quickly consumed.

With Krüger and Salecker cereal machines you have almost no limits. With our special technology and modern engineering skills, it is possible for us, and you, to shape bars, balls, bites or other shapes from cereals in a gentle way and without a cutting process. read more: www.kands.org/874/
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3D-DESIGNER (w/m) im Bereich Maschinenbau
Aufgaben:
- Realisierung von Realtime-3D-Modellen auf Grundlage von CAD-Daten sowie Animation von 3D- und VR-Content (Animationen der Funktionsabläufe unserer Maschinen sowie deren Bauteile)
- Erstellung von Animationen und virtuellen Layouts für Kundenpräsentationen
- Entwicklung von zukünftigen, innovativen Lösungen im Bereich interaktive VR-Umgebung
- Kolorieren und Texturen von Figuren und Modellen
- Enge Zusammenarbeit mit dem Marketing Team, um gemeinsame PR-Aktivitäten zu entwickeln und zu unter-stützen
- Erstellung von Materials und Shadern anhand von Produktbeispielen
- Fotografie und Videografie
Anforderungen:
- Erfolgreich abgeschlossenes Studium im Bereich Industrial Design, Game Design oder eine abgeschlossene Ausbildung zum 3D-Designer
- Kenntnisse im Bereich Design und Virtual Reality Lust auf Visualisierungs- und VR-Projekte
- Erfahrener Umgang mit AutoDesk 3D Max, mit Grafik- und Videoschnittprogrammen Adobe After Effects, Premiere und Photoshop
- Strukturierte Arbeitsweise
- Teamfähigkeit
Wir bieten:
- leistungsgerechte Bezahlung
- eine abwechslungsreiche, attraktive Tätigkeit
- ein interessantes Umfeld und ein sympathisches Team.
Senden Sie uns bitte Ihre aussagekräftigen Bewerbungsunterlagen (inkl. Gehaltswunsch und möglichem Eintrittstermin) ausschließlich per EMail an Herrn Bettex: tb@kands.org
http://kands.org/jobs/?lang=de
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Meet us in the States:

We will take part of the ProFoodtech 2017 in Chicago.

Defining Food & Beverage Processing
ProFood Tech is an exciting, new biennial event that will showcase the latest innovations and technologies for all food and beverage sectors.

Tuesday, April 4 – Thursday, April 6, 2017
10:00 am – 4:00 pm daily
McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois USA

http://kands.org/profood-tech-2017-chicago-illinois/
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