Making KONE a great place to work

At KONE, we believe that innovations are born when a working culture is open and engaging, and when the contribution of each individual is valued. This idea is embedded into our aim of making KONE a great place to work, with motivated employees that aspire to deliver great results. In 2013, KONE employed over 43,000 individuals in more than 50 countries. See what some of our people say about working at KONE.

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Safe people flow through peaks and lows

When it comes to elevator and escalator safety, different buildings have their special characteristics. In museums, massive numbers of daily visitors call for well-planned people flow to prevent long lines and congestion. With around 60,000 daily visitors, The National Museum of China manages huge crowds in a safe manner with the help of elevator and escalator operators and by providing safety training for children.

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Forbes names KONE one of the world's most innovative companies

Innovation and technological advancement have been at the core of KONE for decades. From being the first company to launch machine-room-less elevators to introducing UltraRope, the ground-breaking high-rise elevator hoisting technology, KONE has pioneered in People Flow® solutions related innovation. For  the fourth consecutive year, these efforts have been recognized by business magazine Forbes.

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New turnstile solution for smoother, smarter people flow

With ever-increasing levels of urbanization around the world, there is strong pressure to make cities, and the buildings within them, work smarter. To this end, we have launched a new turnstile solution, KONE turnstile 100, that will improve security, guidance, and convenience in buildings of all kinds.

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Modernization mindset

KONE's customer magazine People Flow features the latest on aging and modernization.

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