The Koehler Paper SE is proud of its more than 210-year history. Now in its eighth generation of ownermanagement, the company from the Black Forest employs around 2,500 people at its headquarters in Oberkirch, Germany. With annual revenue of more than 900 million euros in the traditional special papers segment and new, very promising, business prospects in the areas of renewable energies and participation in technological ventures, they may be ranked among the typical ‘Hidden Champions’ of Germany’s medium-scale business sector. Koehler maintains enduring business relations based on mutual trust and partnership with its customers around the globe.
As a specialist in the field of microencapsulation for carbonless paper for almost 50 years, Koehler is now concentrating on the further development of this technology for a wide range of other applications.
The Microencapsulation Division has been operating under the name of Koehler Innovative Solutions
since the beginning of 2016.
DIN EN ISO 9001:2015
Applying our Management System methodically and consistently ensures ongoing improvement.
This is supported by our team of auditors made up of people from various areas of the Company.
DIN EN ISO 14001:2015
Our locations are near to people and the countryside, which means we have a special duty. Conserving resources remains inextricably linked with our efforts to safeguard the future of our company.
Health and safety at work
DIN EN ISO 45001:2018
The principles and guidelines of the Koehler Group have been guiding our corporate culture and shaping our business policies for many years. A key element in our business policy is our Koehler Management System, and one of its core elements is our commitment to our workforce’s physical safety. We do not want to accept any accidents at work, nor may we accept them, and we will do everything to achieve this objective at all of our Locations.
Energy Management system
The Koehler Group is an energy-intensive enterprise that has been investing in its own energy provision for many years, We now operate power plants at every location where we produce paper, and we want to keep generating electricity renewably in the future. ISO 50001 describes a globally applicable standard which aims to help organizations set up systematic energy management.
Systematic energy management means managing energy data as well as implementing technical activities, in particular strategic and organizational management approaches.
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