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ATLANTIS gGmbH - Società per le tecniche ambientali e le prospettive professionali

Cuvrystraße 1 - D 10 997 Berlin-Kreuzberg - Tel. 030/6179200 - Fax 030/6189090

ATLANTIS è una società di utilità pubblica, che si occupa sia della produzione ecologica che della specifica formazione ambientalistica per i disoccupati.

Fondata nel 1989, ATLANTIS mantiene attualmente circa 300 posti di lavoro, grazie al sostegno combinato di diversi finanziamenti pubblici.

 

Struttura aziendale retiforme

ATLANTIS è strutturata nei settori fotovoltaico, impianti eolici, costruzioni ecologiche e tecnica ecologica per edifici; di quest'ultimo settore fano parte il termico solare, la cogenerazione ed i progetti energetici. I compiti amministrativi, le pubbliche relazioni, la coordinazione della formazione ed il lavoro sociale vengono svolti da appositi reparti intersettoriali. Questa struttura retiforme favorisce "l'appiattimento" delle gerarchie di lavoro, rende trasparenti l'organizzazione e i processi lavorativi, coinvolgendo così tutti i collaboratori della ditta nella responsabilità comune.

 

Produzioe ecologica

Donne e uomini lavorano insieme nei team, come operai generici, specializzati ed ingegneri, alla progettazione, realizzazione e manutenzione di: 

-impianti termici solari per il riscaldamento di acqua d'uso

-impianti fotovoltaici perla produzione di elettricità collegata alla rete esterna o indipendente

-impianti eolici per l'approvvigionamento elettrico ed idrico

-impianti di cogenerazione

-sistemi ecologici di depurazione delle acque reflue

-Infine ATLANTIS effettua anche ricerche sull'approvigionamento energetico e sull'impiego specifico delle energie rinnovabili.

 

Formazione e prassi di lavoro

Di fronte alla sfida ecologica delle città e alla dequalificazione provocata dalla disoccupazione, ATLANTIS ha risposto con un programma di formazione ambientalistica rivolto alla pianificazione, realizzazione e manutenzione, nonchè all'analisi economica di impianti di tecnologia dell'ambiente.

 

Sviluppo regionale

ATLANTIS è uno dei promotori del gruppo di lavoro "Centro ecologico di Kesselberg" presso Neu Zittau (nella regione del Brandeburgo), sul terreno di una ex stazione radio della centrale di spionaggio della ex Rdt. Il centro di Kesselberg è un esempio molto apprezzato di come la protezione ambientale preentiva possa attivare circuiti economici. Nella sua funzione di parco ecologico offre al pubbico la visione di impianti solari termici, fotovoltaici, eolici ed un impianto di depurazione naturale.

L'attività di consulenza svolta dal centro nei settori energetico-ambientale e di formazione nel campo delle tecniche ecologiche ha riscontrato un forte interesse presso ditte, enti comunali ed anche singoli privati, nonché presso la piccola industria artigianale, scuole ed università popolari. Con la sua attività promozionale, Kesselberg ha favorito il lancio sul mercato regionale dei prodotti di protezione dell'ambiente e l'insediamento di piccole e medie industrie del settore, contribuendo così alla creazione di nuovi posti di lavoro nel Brandeburgo.

 

Il finanziamento

ATLANTIS finanzia la sua attività con i fodi pubblici (locali, regionali ed europei) di programmi per l'occuazione e la difesa dell'ambiente, nonchè con proprie entrate. Enti finanziatori sono l'ente federale di collocamento (Bundesanstalt für Arbeit), il Senato di Berlino e la Comunità europea. Altre fonti di finanziamento scaturiscono dalla cooperazione con enti di formazione italiani (I.R.S.T. ed altri) nell'ambito dell'iniziativa comunitaria EUROFORM. 

 

I programmi futuri

ATLANTIS si propone di diventare un'"impresa sociale", una struttura che vivrà soprattutto di commesse pubbliche in settori di pubblico interesse (ambiente, assistenza giovani etc.) e i cui dipendenti verranno finanziati per circa il 70 per cento dall'Ente federale di collocamento per un periodo da 3 a 5 anni. Il restante 30 per cento dovrà essere recuperato grazie agli introiti realizzati dall'impresa con le sue attività produttive. 

In questo modo si migliorerà sensibilmente la possibilità di reinserire dei disoccupati (cassaintegrati) nel circuito economico. ATALNTIS come impresa sociale, si propone di diventare una struttura esemplare del cosiddetto "secondo mercato del lavoro", che sia in grado di combinare "virtuosamente" i tre aspetti dell'ecologia, dell'occupazione e della competitività economica.

 

BAEYR AG

Werk Leverkusen 51368 Leverkusen Germany tel. +49 214 301

www.bayer.com

 

On August 1, 1863 businessman Friedrich Bayer and master dyer Johann Friedrich Weskott established a dyestuffs factory in Barmen, now a part of Wuppertal. Soon afterwards, in 1865, the two men purchased an interest in a coal tar dye factory in the United States and began exporting intermediates. In 1876 a dyestuffs factory was opened in Moscow. The descendants of Bayer and Weskott established the joint stock company Farbenfabriken vorm. Friedr. Bayer & Co. on July 1, 1881. The Flers plant in northern France started production in 1883. 

In 1884 the chemist Carl Duisberg began his career at Bayer. Under his management, Bayer scientists made pioneering discoveries. The Pharmaceutical Department was established in 1888. In 1891 the Leverkusen site was purchased.The town is located on the east bank of the River Rhine between the cities of Cologne and Düsseldorf. From Leverkusen, Bayer administers and coordinates its activities throughout the world. Bayer researcher Dr. Felix Hoffmann first synthesized acetylsalicylic acid in a chemically pure and stable form in 1897. Aspirin® was registered as a trademark in 1899 and became the world's favorite pain killer. In 1912 the company's headquarters were transferred to Leverkusen. Farbenfabriken vorm. Friedr. Bayer & Co. merged with other companies to form I.G. Farbenindustrie AG in 1925. Leverkusen became the main production center of the I.G.'s Lower Rhine operating consortium. 

Following the Second World War, the Allies seized and later broke up I.G. Farben. Bayer was re-established as Farbenfabriken Bayer AG in 1951 and changed its name to Bayer AG in 1972. The push for expansion as an international health care and chemicals group began. 

Bayer is represented by some 350 companies employing 117,300 people on all continents. The cornerstones of its business activities are in Europe, North America and the Far East. With the growing internationalization of the company, the establishment of production centers in close proximity to customers has become a high priority. As the second-largest economy in the world, Japan is particularly important to the success of the Bayer Group in Asia. Around 40 percent of sales in the region are achieved there. The Health Care and CropScience business segments form a special focus, together accounting for some two thirds of the approximately 2 billion in sales in Japan. The significance of the Asian markets is underscored by two major research centers in Japan: the Pharmaceutical Research Center in Kansai Science City and the Yuki Agricultural Center. The CropScience business segment also plays a key role in Korea where, as a market leader in animal health products, Bayer has a strong position in the agricultural market. This position was strengthened by the acquisition of Misung Ltd., a manufacturer of crop protection products, in March 2000. The activities of Bayer's four business segments in Korea netted sales of around 360 million Euro in 2000. With sales of some 1.1 billion Euro, Greater China is Bayer's second-largest market in Asia. The People’s Republic plays an increasingly important part in the company's investment plans. Since 1993 Bayer has established 12 joint ventures with Chinese partners in all business segments. The most recent and largest Bayer project to date is the planned construction of a large polycarbonate production facility, representing an investment of around 430 million Euro Euro. Other projects in the Polymers business segment are presently under negotiation. In South-East Asia, Bayer markets its entire range of products, and had sales of n750 million Euro Euro in 2000 . While Singapore is a key operational and marketing center for many Bayer business groups in Asia, Thailand is assuming an important role in the expansion of production there. Bayer is investing 380 million Euro Euro in the construction of a plastics production center at the Map Ta Phut site. The Bayer Group's presence in Asia is completed by its activities on the Indian subcontinent. The company has been active here for more than 100 years and has a number of subsidiaries and joint ventures. 

 

IBM Deutschland Speichersysteme GmbH

Hechtsheimer Straße, 2 - 55131 Mainz

www.ibm.de

 

High-Tech made in Germany

Europe's most moder production facility of disk staorage technology, the IBM Deutschland Speichersysteme GmbH, Mainz, is located on the outskirts of the city of Mainz, two miles from downtown. The site of approximately 79 acres adapts itself very well to the city's scenery. About 2000 employees work in the manifacturing area. The plant is a significant economic factor for the city of Mainz as well for the whole Rhine/Main-Region. Around 1000 enterprises, domestic and abroad, are suppliers. The mission of the German IBM Storage Systems company covers the production of complete storage devices, storage control units, Head Disk Assemblies (HDA's), thinfilm-disks and thinfilm read/write-heads. In addition the Mainz facility is responsible for the production control of power supplies and for software development within IBM's worldwide manufacturing community.

To support this mission the employees have specific know-how and appropriate qualifications. They manage very modern and precise manufacturing methods, which have to guarantee consistent high product quality, today and in the future.

Permanent training and skill development is therefore of utmost importance. The history of the plant is the best example, where management and employees have responded very well to constantly changing and increasing requirements over the years. From 1965, the inauguration year, until about the mid 1970's, the plant was mainly assembly and test oriented. Towards the end of the 1970's it changed to today's technology oriented production facility.

Today the plant cooperates very closely with the IBM plants at San Jose and Fujisawa. The products from Mainz are being delivered via a nearby distribution center directly to our customers. Other IBM plants are also consignees of read/write heads, magnetic disks, and HDA's. IBM plants in Europe get their power supplies from Mainz.

 

IMM Institut für Mikrotechnik GmbH

Carl Zeiss Stasse 18-20 D 55129 Mainz tel. +49 6131 9900 fax. +49 6131 990205 

www.imm-mainz.de e-mail imminfo@imm-mainz.de 

 

IMM - Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH 

Impetus for the industry of tomorrow IMM sees itself as a pathfinder in microtechnology. Since it was founded in 1990, IMM has established itself as an internationally recognised service organisation for research and development in microtechnology. The sole shareholder is the State of Rhineland-Palatinate.

As a partner for industrial companies and research institutions, we concentrate our activities on developing microdevices and systems for our customer's specific needs. Benefiting from this are companies from the fields of chemicals and pharmaceuticals, personal care, life sciences, medical technology, automation, energy production, automotive engineering, communications technology, and aeronautical and space technology. 

Our interdisciplinary teams of experts work out innovative solutions in close co-operation with the customer. Competence and a flair for new fields of application in microtechnology as well as a unique technology base enable us to repeatedly set technological milestones, which open up market opportunities and new areas of business for our customers. Indicative of the commercial implementation of the results of our developments are the companies founded by former IMM employees. 

These are creating more high-tech jobs in Rhineland Palatinate. 

 

Left: Thin film deposition equipment: PECVD STS Multiplex, sputter device Leybold Z 590 SMS, evaporation device Balzer BAK 640

Rigth: Polymer chemistry laboratory

 

Left: UV-lithography equipment: waferstepper Perkinn Elmer, mask aligner Süss MA 25, mask aligner Süss A 56

Rigth: Scanning electron microscope with EDX option (Jeol JSM 6400 F)

 

Left: Micro injection moulding machine (Arburg Allrounder 370 C)

Rigth: Diffusion oven wuth diffusion and LPCVD capability (ASM Diff System 250)

 

Left: Excimer laser micromachining workstation (Exitech Series 7008)

Rigth: Wet etching equipment (Pokorny) 


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