Kaeser CEO Recognized for Outstanding Achievements in Business

Kaeser CEO Recognized for Outstanding Achievements in Business

Thomas Kaeser has been awarded the Bavarian Order of Merit by Markus Soder, Minister-President of Bavaria.

Kaeser Compressors announced that Thomas Kaeser, president and CEO of Germany’s Kaeser Kompressoren, has been awarded the Bavarian Order of Merit by Markus Soder, Minister-President of Bavaria.

Kaeser is a highly successful economic leader and active member of the business community. In an Upper Franconian economy that has undergone extensive change, Kaeser has used structural transformation to help the economy locally and to grow Kaeser Kompressoren globally. 

“He is a steadfast advocate for the Upper Franconian economy,” said Soder. “He always has excellent ideas and suggestions for what can be done to benefit society.”

Additionally, Soder emphasized that to receive the Bavarian Order of Merit, one must accomplish something exceptional.

“It cannot be bought or inherited; it must be earned,” Soder said. 

In accepting this honor, Kaeser promised to continue applying his skills for the benefit of society as a whole as well as his company. He expressed his gratitude to the many people who have accompanied and shaped him throughout his life: his grandparents and parents, his six siblings, his friends and colleagues, the entire Kaeser Kompressoren staff of 7500 employees, and most especially his wife Tina-Maria and his sons Jan and Philipp.

“I want to share a part of the Order with those who have supported and influenced me throughout my life,” he said.

For more information on Kaeser Compressors, visit us.kaeser.com.

You May Also Like

NABC to Host Third Golf Fundraising Event of 2024

The NABC Changing and Saving Lives Foundation will host the third golf fundraising event of 2024 Sept. 9 at Boone Valley Golf Club in Augusta, Mo.

The National Auto Body Council (NABC) Changing and Saving Lives Foundation will host the third golf fundraising event of 2024 Sept. 9 at Boone Valley Golf Club in Augusta, Mo., just outside of St. Louis. The golf fundraiser presented by Enterprise will be followed by a Recycled Rides presention at the event. Player registration is now open, and sponsorships are available.

Honda Starts Production on 2025 Honda CR-V Fuel Cell EV

The all-new CR-V e:FCEV is the first production hydrogen FCEV in the U.S. to combine an all-new U.S.-made fuel cell system with plug-in EV charging capability.

I-CAR Launches I-CAR Academy New Early Career Tech Program

I-CAR Academy is the first industry-neutral, comprehensive early career program designed specifically to attract, train and retain technicians.

Spanesi Offers Technical Training at U.S. Headquarters

Spanesi is offering training courses from factory-trained individuals at its U.S. headquarters in Naperville, Ill.

SCRS Announces Repairer Driven Education Registration Now Open

RDE is the most comprehensive collision repair education series of the year, delivered live at the SEMA Show and then made available online for the industry.

Other Posts

IIHS Survey: Most Drivers OK with Anti-Speeding Tech in Vehicles

More than 60% of drivers would find it acceptable if their vehicle provided an audible and visual warning when they exceeded the posted speed limit.

TEXA Releases IDC5 CAR 76.6.0 Software Update

Innovation of the TEXA IDC5 software is focused on new vehicle coverage as well as new diagnostic feature functionality.

Crash Champions Expands Idaho Service

Crash Champions has announced the addition of its 11th Idaho location.

NABC Donates Recycled Ride to S.C. Army Widow

The NABC, GEICO and Better Collision recently donated a refurbished vehicle to the widow of a deceased military veteran.