Latest press releases in English
/ ins Sulzer launches its next generation intelligent pump controller for monitoring and controlling a 2-pump sewage station
/ins Olofsfors, a Swedish manufacturer of steel products for the forestry and construction industries, has reduced its material usage, optimized its production process and developed a lighter, more fuel-efficient product. How? By moving its production in house and switching to SSAB Boron 27 steel.
/ins View your seed and grain samples in magnification on a screen to easily perform processes such as varietal identification or seed purity and germination capacity testing.
/ins India Day introduces Finnish people to the many and diverse aspects of Indian art, culture and cuisine on Sunday 26 August, 2018 in Kaisaniemi Park, Helsinki.
/ins The new Image comparison app enables you to easily compare reference images of PCBs to live or captured sample images of boards.
/ins Konecranes introduced the new advice tool Crane Advisor in English in the United Kingdom – and launched its STORE in additional countries
/ins K.Hartwall, Finnish provider of returnable logistics solutions, announced today the acquisition of A&A Logistik-Equipment GmbH & Co. KG, a German company providing logistics equipment for various industries.
/ins Alfa Laval’s DV-ST valve is highly suitable for the demands of pharmaceutical water systems. The compact, lightweight diaphragm valve is modular in design, which enables a wide range of purpose-built configurations. It consistently delivers documented, reliable and contaminant-free performance due to specified sulphur content that contributes to superior weld quality and high-quality valve bodies with low delta-ferrite.
/ ins The portal yourKonecranes.com displays the service information and data of 260 cranes and hoists at the largest electricity generation plant in Baden-Wuerttemberg
/ins A number of global companies have replaced or are doing trials to replace the material in their gift cards – from plastic to paperboard. Sweden’s largest cinema chain, SF Bio, has taken the plunge and is now replacing all its cards.