As innovative feed-additive experts, we take our responsibility towards humans, animals and nature – in other words, the current challenges of animal nutrition around the world – very seriously. In recent years, we have earned a global reputation in the development and production of sustainable and innovative solutions. Innovation, excellence and responsibility are the cornerstones of our success.

We are growing steadily! For this reason, we are looking to expand our international team of specialists, which currently comprises 18 different nationalities. Would you also like to benefit from our quick decision-making processes and a young, dynamic team? Then apply now!

Introducing Dr. Eckel’s new pioneers

Dr. Eckel has established a new management team as part of its innovation strategy and restructuring process. “Innovation requires pioneers: people with knowledge, good ideas, the boldness to break new ground and also great sensitivity to people and the environment,” says Dr Antje Eckel, who has appointed nine managers from various departments as team managers.

Sabine Felten is responsible for two teams. Her years of experience and seemingly inexhaustible energy and positivity make her a tower of strength for her colleagues. Sabine Felten, a qualified assistant tax advisor and accountant, has been at since Dr. Eckel 1999: the Accounts and HR Departments have been in safe and experienced hands with her as Finance and HR Team Manager since 2017. A Rhineland native, she counterbalances her hectic daily routine with long walks accompanied by her four-legged friends—she loves dogs—or by reading exhilarating psychological thrillers.

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Apprenticeship at Dr. Eckel – What’s it like?

Jacqueline Minz is training to become an office management assistant at Dr. Eckel. See here what her daily professional life is like and what doing an apprenticeship at Dr. Eckel is like.

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Introducing Dr. Eckel’s new pioneers

Dr. Eckel has established a new management team as part of its innovation strategy and restructuring process. “Innovation requires pioneers: people with knowledge, good ideas, the boldness to break new ground and also great sensitivity to people and the environment,” says Dr Antje Eckel, who has appointed nine managers from various departments as team managers.

Michelle Fernandez

Michelle Fernandez spent several years in purchasing in the food industry, perfecting the application of her language skills. She subsequently worked in procurement at a media company and decided to switch to the agricultural industry in 2015. In Purchasing at Dr. Eckel, she can make excellent use of both her negotiating skills and her keen sense of the developments in the commodity markets. After becoming a mother in 2016, she became Purchasing Team Manager at the beginning of 2018. The professional negotiator has an aptitude for communication: in addition to German and English, the qualified philologist and Japanologist speaks French and Tagalog.

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