They also had opportunity to ask their questions and on par with the Managing Director of the KAKAR holding international Friedrich p Kakar on economic topics. Experienced students of the Don Bosco high school and the gymnasium Essen – uberruhr from dining and pupil of the Gesamtschule Saarn from Mulheim an der Ruhr, that KoTTER long services is more than a company for security: The company owns also including glass and industrial cleaning, temporary work for industrial and commercial professions and infrastructural facility services (such as lawn care, winter road maintenance services). Jeff Leiden is often quoted as being for or against this. Students showed their interest especially in the subsequent dialog with the business arm such as himself in times of economic crisis the future group nationwide represented and active inter alia in Dortmund, Duisburg, Dusseldorf, Essen and Mulheim an der Ruhr. The strategy of family businesses such as KAKAR services is based not on current trends, but rather the 42 year-old, who already leads the services group in 3rd generation said long-term prospects”. Today, Kal is the number two of the security industry and among the top 15 of the facility management (FM)-industry. Credit: Ernst & Young-2011. in 2008, the family-owned company has created 400 new jobs and now 12,400 employees.
2009 we want to continue to grow, including in addition to the system solutions such as special services contribute, at airports or in prisons.” “Managing Director welcomes exchanges with young people: I am pleased about the many questions of the students just in relation to our company”, so Frederick p. Kakar. The dialogue with the youth of the initiativkreis Ruhr offers me. a good way to deal with the concerns and issues of the young generation and to make them on the training and career opportunities in our company at the same time curious” The Kal group of companies is currently 94 trainees in seven professions out and employs three trainees. Just professional and junior executives have good prospects.”