Total makeover – a new look for our office

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Finally, we can happily say: rebuilding the office while remaining at service demanded a lot from everyone, but the result was worth the effort.

After a planning period of two years and a rebuilding period of 12 months, divided into three phases, we were finally able to move into the last offices.  The complete redesign was a result of the previous total office gutting.

Extreme Makeover

We did not only increase our office area enormously. Modern interiors such as partitions, which offer opportunities for retreat and concentrated work, as well as glass elements, which provide light and transparency, are a significant component of the optical change. The offices are now equipped with new lighting technology and elements for optimized room acoustics. Height-adjustable desks also offer perfect comfort for individual working. All this enables our employees to achieve nearly ideal and modern working conditions.

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Coping with challenges during Corona

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a big impact on the world. Our work is also influenced in different ways. For the safety of all colleagues, business partners and customers, we of course adhere to the regulations of the government and the guidelines of the authorities.

The biggest challenge was the technical implementation so that employees can work from home. Luckily, our IT structure is technologically advanced enough to meet the requirements and additional notebooks were purchased in due time. Meanwhile, working from home has become an important part of our working environment. Calls are automatically forwarded to the colleagues at home. Since some work processes and tasks can be managed only from the office and not all employees work from home, we are on site, even if only in a small number.

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Albasia Plywood: our „green“ solution for the industry

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Sustainability has been a significant topic also before Greta Thunberg and FridaysForFuture. However, these days it becomes more important than it ever was. On top of that, the importance of transparency of supply chains including the traceability of timber origins has increased also because of the EU Timber Regulation. At Jacob Juergensen Wood, we concern ourselves with these topics for many years already. With albasia we have found a wood species that has many outstanding characteristics fulfilling our high requirements on the above mentioned issues.

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A return ticket to the Finnish forests

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In February began for Henning Reck his first trip to the forests of Finland. After he had completed his studies in the wood science a few months earlier and started working for Jacob Jürgensen, it was time for him to prove his skills in practice.

Henning Reck, February 2020

Despite hurricane Sabine the Finnish airline was the only to brave the flight from Hamburg to Helsinki. Johanna Kaitaranta, a native Finn and team leader of Team Nordic, had organised a typical Finnish forest cottage for my stay. As a city slicker, I was able to enjoy the wide open spaces and solitude of the Finnish forests and, in addition to my work, I could also experience a touch of Finnish flair.

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May we introduce to you…

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We would like to introduce to you three international colleagues who have joined our teams in the past few months: Ms. Oksana Mustuk, Ms. Irina Stoyanova and Ms. Christine Vinsdal.

Oksana Mustuk joined our accounting team last summer. She was born in Memel, Lithuania, is married and has three children. In Lithuania, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in English philology, which she expanded in Hamburg in 2005 as a graduate in business administration. She worked for a large personnel consultancy during and after her studies. Most recently, she has worked as a project assistant in financial accounting in the construction consulting industry. In addition to her mother tongues Russian and Lithuanian, she also speaks German and English.

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Three ladies joining Jacob Jürgensen

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Today we would like to introduce you to three ladies who reinforce and complete our team at JJ.

Since May 2019, Mrs. Anna Heinz has reinforced the Larch team. Anna Heinz was born in Kazakhstan and worked after her studies as a German teacher in Russia. In 1996, she came to Germany, where she completed her apprenticeship as a management assistant for wholesale and foreign trade. In various companies, Anna Heinz gained different experience in import and export processing. We are happy to have her as support in the team Larch.

Our trainee team also gained growth in August of this year. Two new apprentices have started the two-year apprenticeship to become a management assistant for wholesale and foreign trade: Ms. Laura Kruse (20 years) and Ms. Anna Friederike Richter (19 years) both passed their A-levels in 2018 and are now dedicated to their new task.

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Two new team members at JJ Wood

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In August, we welcomed Marcus Steckel as a new sales representative in the siberian larch team. After finishing a bachelor’s and master’s degree in forest science and forest ecology, he completed the forestry internship in Clausthal, Lower Saxony.

Marcus Steckel was born in Sweden. In addition to fishing and hunting, nature is one of his great passions. We are happy that he moved to Hamburg so that we can count him to our team.

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New Managing Partner for Paper and Pulp

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We are happy to announce Mr. Daniel von Stamm as one of our Managing Partners of Jacob Jürgensen Papier und Zellstoff GmbH.

Born in Schleswig-Holstein, Mr. Daniel von Stamm is a real “northern light”. He brings 20 years of experience in the paper industry to our company. For the past 15 years, he has worked for BillerudKorsnäs in various positions and product areas, most recently as Sales Director Specialty Papers with global segment responsibility.

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Back in the saddle in 2019

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With a total of 10 people, the JJ team made its appearance at the starting line of the Hamburger Cyclassics 2019 and tried its best under perfect weather conditions on the 60 and 100 kilometers route. The mood was already at a high level before the start and found its climax in the following gathering with delicious food and plenty of cool drinks.

With a breathtaking atmosphere and plenty of motivating cheers from the crowd, many of the JJ team riders were able to set new personal bests – others were pleased with their debut at the Cyclassics and their place in the JJ team.

Outstanding and important to mention is the support of the team by current and former business partners/friends of the company such as Marcin Kowalski, who enjoyed the 100 km track.In the course of time, several partners of “Jacob Jürgensen” have been at the starting line in the name of the company. Rainer Pusswald (2013, ø km / h 40.83 / 160 km), Fabian Wendt (2019, ø km / h 37.15 / 60 km) and Matt Pryor (2007, ø km / h 40.39 / 160 km) for instance, were even able to achieve remarkable times.

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MOPO team relay and JJ summer get-together in Stadtpark

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A report by our trainee Anna Richter

The MOPO-Run is an event hosted by the Hamburger Morgen Post, a local newspaper in Hamburg. At this event, multiple teams of different companies from Hamburg are running a distance of about 5 km in the heart of the Stadtpark (our green lung).

This year, the event took place at the same time as our annual JJ summer get-together. Therefore every colleague was attending to support our teams “Treibholz” (driftwood) and “Flugblatt” (flyer).

While our runners put a lot of effort into their physical participation to run their best time, the otherstried to put a lot of effort into the clearing of the barbeque buffet.

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