K+S Aktiengesellschaft: Election of Employee Representatives to the Supervisory Board
The delegates of the K+S Group’s German companies yesterday elected the representatives of the employees to the Supervisory Board of K+S Aktiengesellschaft.
Michael Vassiliadis, Chairman of the Mining, Chemicals and Energy Trade Union (IG BCE) and Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board of K+S AG, and Ralf Becker, State District Manager of IG BCE, were re-elected to the body as employee representatives appointed by the trade unions.
Axel Hartmann, Deputy Chairman of the Joint Works Council, was newly elected to the Supervisory Board of K+S Aktiengesellschaft as an employee representative. Rüdiger Kienitz, member of the Works Council of the Werra plant, Klaus Krüger, Chairman of the Collective Works Council, Dieter Kuhn, first Vice Chairman of the Collective Works Council and Harald Döll, Chairman of the Works Council of the Werra plant, were confirmed in office.
Dr. Rainer Gerling, Head of the Werra plant, was re-elected as representative of the senior employees.
The terms of office of those elected start to run from the end of the Ordinary Annual General Meeting of K+S Aktiengesellschaft on 14 May 2013 and end with the close of the Ordinary Annual General Meeting of 2018.
K+S is one of the world’s leading suppliers of standard and speciality fertilizers. In the salt business, K+S is the world’s leading producer with sites in Europe as well as North and South America. K+S offers a comprehensive range of goods and services for agriculture, industry, and private consumers, which provides growth opportunities in virtually every sphere of daily life. Worldwide, the K+S Group employs more than 14,000 people. The K+S share – the commodities stock on the German DAX index – is listed on all German stock exchanges (ISIN: DE000KSAG888, symbol: SDF). More information about K+S at www.k-plus-s.com.
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