Members of the DKG
All natural persons, as well as legal persons, such as companies, institutions, associations, specialized schools and universities from Germany or abroad, can become members of the German Ceramic Society (DKG).
Currently, the DKG has more than 600 personal and about 250 legal (institutional) members from all ceramic areas and associated branches of the industry. They reside in Germany or abroad.
More than 600 members in Germany and abroad benefit personally and professionally from their DKG memberships.
More than 175 companies in the ceramic field and
associated branches are members of the association. They make the DKG the largest European ceramic society.
More than 80 universities and institutes represent the associations’ efforts in national and international ceramic research.
The DKG is very well connected: It cooperates with
national and international industry and trade associations.
All natural persons, companies, institutions, associations, specialized schools and universities from Germany or abroad can become DKG members.
The current contribution scheme gives an overview of the contribution rates of individual members, businesses and institutions.