The Koehler Paper Group produces specialist papers and boards at four locations in Germany where we often have interesting jobs and career opportunities.
The following pages contain an introduction to our locations and regions so that you can get an idea of what they’re like.
Oberkirch is a town in the west of Baden-Württemberg, around 12 km north-east of Offenburg. With a population of over 21,000, it is the fifth biggest town in the Ortenau district and, situated at the edge of the Black Forest, it has a lot to offer.
Kehl is a town in the west of Baden-Württemberg, situated on the banks of the Rhine opposite Strasbourg. With over 35,000 inhabitants, it is the third biggest town in the Ortenau district and has a lot to offer.
Greiz is a town in the south-east of Thüringen, right on the border with Saxony. It is the principal town in the administrative district of Greiz and a regional center of importance for the southern part of the administrative district. The town is situated in the valley of the White Elster river in Thüringen’s Vogtland region. Its delightful situation in a river basin and its abundance of historic buildings have earned it the epithet ‘Pearl of Vogtland’.
The state-recognized resort town of Weisenbach is located in the Murg Valley approximately halfway between Rastatt and Freudenstadt. The community with about 2,500 inhabitants also has a lot to offer as a multiple winner in the competition "Our village should become more beautiful".