Christmas is on the way

Christmas is on the way


Posted By on 2012-12-14

To reduce a bit the exciting time until Christmas for the KUKA kids KUKA hosted wonderful Christmas parties for the kids. With much support of the employees, the celebrations were a great success. The performance of the fairy tale “Snow white and the seven dwarfs” of the apprentices from the branch in Schwarzenberg was particularly great. With attention to every detail, the performance moved the children captivated. In Augsburg much was happening. The snowman with small bob sleigh as Christmas gifts got some warm hugs. And at the Punch-and-Judy show the children enthusiastically warned the puppet of the crocodile. Almost too quickly passed the afternoons and with cookies, tea and playing and painting actions the kids had lots of fun.                                 VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 3.0/5 (2 votes... Read More
Friendship means…

Friendship means…


Posted By on 2012-12-14

A great raffle awaits you on our Facebook page  from now. An iPad is perhabs not so far away, if you like KUKA Systems…Under the motto  “Friendship means to be connected” we are giving away a new iPad among all participants of the competition. Just have a look, become friends and join in. https://www.Facebook.com/KUKA.systems     VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 5.0/5 (1 vote... Read More
Followup: KUKA flexibleCUBE

Followup: KUKA flexibleCUBE


Posted By on 2012-12-11

Followup: KUKA flexibleCUBE at EuroBLECH Our product manager for welding shop solutions, Artur Moser, explains advantages and strengths of the KUKA flexibleCUBE . The standardized robot welding cell KUKA flexibleCUBE is for created for the first steps into the world of automation or  as a flexible addition to capacity for existing production units. The welding cell was presented  end of October 2012 at  the international trade fair for metal sheet working EuroBLECH in Hannover, Germany. (The movie is currently available only in German language.)   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 5.0/5 (1 vote... Read More

Benno Fuermann at KUKA


Posted By on 2012-11-27

The German actor was a guest in Augsburg The German actor Benno Fuermann visited KUKA Systems for filming. For his new movie, “Less is more”, he spent a day in the “hallowed” halls in Augsburg.Ulrich Pfaffenberger, a freelance editor and Josephin Schmidt, Marketing Specialist | Communication KUKA Systems took the opportunity for an interview to learn more about the new movie role and his social commitment. Urlich Pfaffenberger, Josephin Schmidt: What role are you playing in the movie that you have come to KUKA to make? Benno Fuermann: I play Frank Schuster, the boss of an automotive parts company who is outstanding at his job. He started at the bottom and worked his way up to the top of the company. When something needs to be repaired, he prefers to do it himself. He doesn’t like delegating. He is a practically skilled person, and I like him very much. I appreciate people who run their company well, fairly and efficiently, and who know what to do with a screwdriver in their hand. After an accident, the boss of the company, Frank Schuster, decides to take things a bit slower. At first, he experiences great difficulty in concentrating on the essentials. For someone who was always used to doing 18 things at once, it is extremely difficult to have nothing to do all of a sudden. It doesn’t go well at all. In his boredom, he tries to find jobs to do at home, and makes his family’s life a misery. He’s simply a do-er … Based on your description of the man, it seems the role also has to... Read More
Come for a visit… VDMA

Come for a visit… VDMA


Posted By on 2012-11-20

Final preparations for over 60 marketing and communications specialists from Bavarian companies to the annual conference “Advertising and Market Communication” of the German Engineering Association (VDMA). In addition to the KUKA presentation with topics to the “Strategic Lead Management” at KUKA Robotics and the “Multichannel-communications” at KUKA Systems, also the topics  on “Communication Strategies for the Chinese Market” and  “Legal Aspects in Dealing with Onlinemarketing Tools” attract marketers to visit KUKA in Augsburg tomorrow. We are looking forward to our guests. Welcome!   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 5.0/5 (2 votes... Read More
Happy Diwali

Happy Diwali


Posted By on 2012-11-06

The Festival of Lights in India One of the grandest festivals celebrated across India is Diwali which means “row of lights.” Diwali marks the start of the Hindu New Year. This year it will start on Tuesday, the 13th of November and will continue for five days until Saturday, the 17th of November. The exact date varies and is being calculated based on the Hindu Luni-Solar calendar (according to the positions of the Sun and the Moon). Diwali is also known as ‘the festival of lights’ because on this day, people illuminate their home and premises with diyas and colorful lights. It honors the return of Ram and Sita to their kingdom of Ayodhya, after 14 years of exile; thus lamps are lit as a sign of celebration and victory of mankind over evil. It is a festival filled with spiritualism and religious activities, such as worship of Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesh and Ma Kali. In India, people of all religions celebrate Diwali. The festival celebrates the victory of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance, although the actual legends that go with the festival are different in different parts of India. Regardless of the mythological explanation one prefers, Diwali really stands for a reaffirmation of hope, a renewed commitment to friendship and goodwill and a religious celebration of the various joys of life. During this time, there is an air of freedom, festivity and friendliness everywhere. Diwali is a great unifying force which brings all the people of India together to celebrate this festival. On Diwali families gather together and eating lots of foods and... Read More
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