TDK Electronics · TDK Europe

Working Globally at our Sites

TDK Electronics employs around 24,100 people at more than 20 development and manufacturing sites. The company is part of the Japanese TDK Group, which employs around 117,000 people at more than 250 sites and sales offices in over 30 countries worldwide. TDK currently has around 15 subsidiaries, of which TDK Electronics is one of the largest. 

International diversity characterizes the entire TDK Group. Employees from different cultures, nations and time zones work together every day across locations and divisions on many projects. The combined strength of the employees is the basis for the company's success. 


We live Diversity at our Sites

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Working Globally at TDK

If you want to work globally, then TDK is the right place for you! Our company is represented on 4 continents and in 30 countries worldwide. At a total of 250 locations, 15 different languages are spoken within the company. 

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Making the Most of this Advantage

In the course of succession planning, you will have the opportunity to move to other locations and thus engage in an exciting exchange with other work cultures. In addition, you can enrich your knowledge both professionally and personally through international short assignments and daily exchanges with our globally distributed locations. At TDK, we work in teams around the globe. 

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Global Training Programs

It goes without saying that we support our employees in their international activities and provide them with the relevant know-how through TDK's own training programs. 


Site Portraits

The worldwide development and production sites are also diverse. They produce a wide range of different components and systems. Here, too, everything revolves around international cooperation. In the following portraits, selected sites provide information about their key competencies and products, about special projects - and of course about career opportunities.



Sites all over the World

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How is Working at TDK Electronics?

Rocío Caracena, Online Campaign Manager, Munich

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“I'm an engineer, but after finishing my studies, I discovered the fascinating world of marketing. That's why I decided to study a master's degree that gave me the opportunity to start my internship in the product marketing at the Málaga site in Spain in 2019. There, I grew professionally and personally, working in a multicultural environment. Now I’m an Online Campaign Manager at Corporate Communictions in Munich, Germany, where I continue to grow and improve.”

Frederico Knorr, COO PPD BG, Deutschlandsberg

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“I started my career 25 years ago as Process Technician in Brazil. After three years, I moved to Spain as Development Engineer, later to China as Operations Director and after that to India. In 2015 I took over the responsibility for the production site Zhuhai FTZ in China as CEO. Since last year I moved back to Europe as the COO of the Piezo & Protection Devices Business Group. My aim is to steadily improve the overall operational performance, the quality of processes and products as well as the productivity of the Business Group. Every day I enjoy very much the drive from Graz to the factory and back – the fact that we are not located in an urban area gives me the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful landscape in Styria and listen to good music. As you can see, there is a world open to you at TDK Electronics to become whatever you want, anywhere!”

Ina Petrasch, Corporate Human Resources, Munich

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“I am currently pursuing my Master’s degree in International Business Management and am responsible for employer branding at CHR. Here I'm involved in exciting projects related to HR marketing activities such as the TopEmployer certification program or university marketing. It’s important to me to strengthen our employer brands externally, but also to shape our work culture internally together with our employees.”


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