LSG Sky Chefs Careers and Employment
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- RevenueR10bn to R50bn
- IndustryAerospace & Defense
- Headquarters•Consolidated revenues: €...
This company's high-flying cuisine keeps airline passengers full and happy. LSG Lufthansa Service Holding (better known as LSG Sky Chefs) is a top operator of in-flight foodservices, along with rival Gate Gourmet. It provides meals to about 300 airlines, including Qantas and Virgin Atlantic, as well as parent Lufthansa, through about 200 service centers in almost 50 countries. With almost 125 subsidiaries, the company also runs restaurants and foodservice operations at airports throughout Germany. Altogether, LSG Sky Chefs serves more than 425 million meals a year. Lufthansa formed LSG in 1966 and acquired US-based Sky Chefs (founded in 1942 as part of American Airlines) in 2001. LSG Sky Chefs has had to roll with the punches hitting the airline industry in recent years. With fewer airline passengers, the demand for catering services has been reduced. So the company has built up its consulting practice for on-board services, such as logistics, supply chain management, and IT support for in-flight services and equipment. LSG is hoping these additional service offerings will lead to greater returns from existing customers. To stay aloft during tough economic times, LSG Sky Chefs in 2011 reorganized its airline catering business in Germany, the firm's largest single market. As part of the reorganization plan, LSG adopted a management company structure and will oversee a dozen individually operated entities. LSG believes that the restructuring will foster a more entrepreneurial spirit at the individually operated businesses, thereby improving competitiveness and growth opportunities.
LSG Sky Chefs serves an customer and industry that is at the forefront of FMCG's. 21 International Airlines, means thousands of meals and it feels like even more meal options than staying a year at the Four Seasons. Individual First Class meals made by Executive Chefs, from thousands of components and its a typical day if there is new customer requirements 4 hours before the flight departs. This is an exiting industry with no one day to the next being the same. A competitive industry with low margins. Supported by a multinational company like LSG Group / Lufthansa international visitors and visits are plenty. Hope the industry can recover to its former glory after C19!
Actually it was good for time to start 7:00 in the morning and finish job by 6:30 basically i did enjoy to work with workers as team so that we can make our job easy and save our coustom in good time.Not to take long time on lunch but we still have job incomplete job.
It is a good company with some benefits also workers they motivate each other. They also give training and also they take unqualified employers to to school.
I was once an Lsg employee and it's a great company to work for .and it has a lot of opportunities I would love to go back again nice environment pace
LSG SKY CHEFS help me a lot especially on how to plan your route trip and that you must always be on time and the management were very supportive. Working at sky chefs was great
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