News • Nov 17, 2017 09:41 GMT
No rot and no need to repaint. Interest in wood-plastic composites is growing and the Swedish company A-Plast has developed a material all of its own. At Elmia Subcontractor visitors have asked many questions about the technology involved.
News • Nov 16, 2017 12:50 GMT
Perseverance pays off. The Italian company Ma. Bo. is exhibiting this year at Elmia for the fifth time and sales manager Pierluigi Casadei has seen strong growth for the company. “It gets better and better every year,” he says.
News • Nov 16, 2017 10:00 GMT
Better design possibilities and greater efficiency – using a light guide plate equipped with LEDs has many advantages. The Danish company Ingemann Components is presenting the possibilities and the solution at Elmia Subcontractor.
News • Nov 16, 2017 07:54 GMT
The Internet of Things offers new opportunities to Swedish industry. One step towards success is to become more transparent as a company and exchange ideas with others. One such example is the joint venture Combient, which visited Elmia Subcontractor and took part on stage under the theme “The IoT is creating opportunities for new products and business deals”.
News • Nov 15, 2017 18:52 GMT
Steel producer Ovako has a tradition of launching major new products at Elmia Subcontractor. This year the company is presenting its innovative Hybrid Steel®. “It’s a new steel family with unique properties,” says Jukka Kivelö, Ovako’s sales manager for Scandinavia.
News • Nov 15, 2017 09:04 GMT
Start by creating an awareness in your company about new technology. Then dare to try out your ideas. That advice was given by Benny Guttman at Elmia Subcontractor and it focuses on the technological shift we are currently experiencing.
News • Nov 14, 2017 15:43 GMT
It is obvious that the Internet of Things can create new business applications for the manufacturing industry. But the IoT can also help the world’s climate. The Swedish company WSI has developed an environmental sensor that collects weather data from 30 cities around the world. The solution can be seen at Elmia Subcontractor.
News • Nov 14, 2017 14:04 GMT
Sensors on rubbish containers can help a recycling company make major energy savings. The solution was developed by the Finnish success company Enevo with help from Arrow Electronic. At Elmia Subcontractor Arrow is showing how the system functions in real life.