3C-Carbon Group mourns the death of Dieter Grieshaber

The 3C-Carbon Group AG mourns the loss of its long-time employee Dieter
Grieshaber. The responsible head chef of the group of companies was
was suddenly and far too early taken from our midst by an traffic accident without own fault.
The former Michelin-starred chef Dieter Grieshaber had cooked for the 3C employees for over ten years. His outstanding professional dedication and human warmth made him popular and appreciated in a very special way. 

The 3C-Carbon Group AG will always fondly remember Dieter Grieshaber, our
"Griesi", and will honour his memory. Our deepest sympathy to his family.

On behalf of all employees of 3C-Carbon Group AG, Landsberg am Lech,
Karsten Jerschke

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3C-Carbon invests massively in photovoltaics

3C-Carbon Group AG is continuously working on its climate footprint and has now taken another step forward: A total of 852 photovoltaic modules were recently installed and connected on three of the new production halls in the steadily growing Lechrain Technology Park.

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"Environmental protection and climate neutrality are two high priorities for 3C," emphasises Managing Director Karsten Jerschke. "As we continue to grow both organically and through acquisitions, we are consistently developing the company in these areas as well." In a first step, modules with a nominal output of 500 kWp are projected, of which 300 kWp are already installed and in operation. The company is using high-quality modules from German production.

By autumn, the 3C-Carbon Group will further increase the amount of electricity generated from photovoltaics. Modules with another 500 kWp will be installed on the new production halls currently under construction, so that by the end of the year solar use will be able to cover about one megawatt of peak power demand and thus reduce CO2 emissions by about 500 tonnes annually.

HCL sets course for the coming season

Now that HC Landsberg's 2020/21 season in the Oberliga Süd has come to an end, the first personnel decisions are already being made for the coming season. Two important defensive specialists have already been signed again.

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Coach Fabio Carciola's contract was extended early on, and now two important defensive players have signed new contracts. Both captain Tobias Wedl (27) and Markus Jähnichen will continue to play for the Riverkings next season. Both are true Landsberg homegrowns and have done well in what has been a difficult Oberliga season overall. Wedl played a major role in ensuring that the team got along well despite some lack of success, said team manager Michael Oswald. "And he is a rock-solid Oberliga defender."

Markus Jähnichen, on the other hand, had positively surprised those responsible. "He was one of our most consistent defenders at times, is physically robust and occasionally gets involved in the offense."

Dennis Sturm, Michael Fischer and Maximilian Rass will no longer play for the Riverkings. Vice-President Gerhard Petrussek thanked the trio: "We are very happy that they have gone along with us. For them, it was a time-consuming effort that they had not planned for. The planned intensification of the training rhythm will increase this effort even more in the future. It was therefore mutually agreed that they would go their separate ways after this season. "All three are great guys who are always welcome for a beer," Petrussek said.

New career portal of 3C-Carbon Group AG is online

The 3C-Carbon Group AG continues to grow extraordinarily dynamically. This is not only reflected in the results and a constant expansion of the production areas; the high-tech company is also constantly recruiting new employees who share the philosophy of the industry leader in terms of motivation and aspiration and who want to help shape the continued success story in the future. Following the strong growth, 3C-Carbon Group AG has now also significantly expanded its previous online job offer and put it on a new footing.

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The new "career portal" at www.3c-carbon-group.com/de/karriere now presents itself in great functionality, clarity and interaction possibilities. There one will not only find the current job and training offers of several 3C companies, but also the possibility to download the job advertisements, to contact the company, to apply online and to send an unsolicited application.

Riverkings go one better

Things haven't gone as well as they would have liked for HC Landsberg in the Ice Hockey Oberliga Süd lately, which is why those in charge have now reacted and signed two new players, Mathias Jeske and Dominic Erdt.

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The Riverkings were able to keep up with their opponents at times in the most recent games, but in the decisive moments it was always noticeable that the young squad lacked experience. That's why the HCL didn't hesitate for long when Mathias Jeske became available on the transfer market. The 29-year-old defender has already gained Oberliga experience in Peiting and also attracted attention with consistently good performances in Waldkraiburg and Erding. With a height of 1.96 metres and a fighting weight of 115 kilos, he should also have the physical presence that has been missing in Landsberg's defence lately.

Jeske will be joined by a familiar face for the Riverkings. The 20-year-old Dominic Erdt already played for the Landsberg junior team before moving to El Paso (USA), where he scored 87 points in 96 games in the Western State Hockey League. Due to the Corona pandemic, he was now unable to return to the USA after a home leave and will therefore strengthen his home club in Landsberg in the coming weeks.

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