LANXESS Global

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LANXESS Global Reviews

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    Former Employee - Marketing Specialist in Spartanburg, SC
    Former Employee - Marketing Specialist in Spartanburg, SC

    I worked at LANXESS Global

    Pros

    They were very accepting and understanding of a fresh graduate.

    Cons

    The business unit was going through reductions and layoffs as I was hired.

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    Top management was great. She had a great understanding of what each team member was contributing and how the business needed to change to keep pace with the market. Middle management was embedded in their old way of thinking and doing business.

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LANXESS Global Interviews

Updated Jul 23, 2014
Updated Jul 23, 2014

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    I applied online. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at LANXESS Global.

    Interview Details

    2 personal interview with the head of controlling, then interview with the HR

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Website www.lanxess.com
Headquarters Leverkusen, Germany
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (LXS)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $5 to $10 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Aceto, BASF Group, Arkema

LANXESS owns a diversified product portfolio that includes basic and fine chemicals, plastic colorants and inorganic pigments, and specialty chemicals for makers of wood, metal, leather, paints, plastics, energy, and electronics products. Its largest segment is Performance Polymers, which makes rubber products that are used to manufacture automobile tires. The company maintains operations in more than 20 countries worldwide. The Bayer Group separated LANXESS and turned the chemicals subgroup into a publicly traded company in 2005. LANXESS targets the large emerging... More

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