100,000 bees work for KUKKO

A few weeks ago, the tool factory had two beehives set up and beds put in for the insects.


HILDEN Companies which identify with their location are prepared to invest in their environment and their staff equally – and that doesn't just mean financial investment. That investment is also not what matters for the tool manufacturer KUKKO, headquartered on Heinrich-Hertz-Straße, when it comes to their latest coup in terms of the environment: On May 17th, two beehives, where 100,000 bees go to work, were set up on the green space in front of the parking lots. "Busy bees," as KUKKO boss Michael Kleinbongartz noted with a mischievous smile at the inauguration, "who perhaps will inspire imitation..."

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