Jörg Dambock

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“RH-W” is set up for HV cables with a metal tube diameter up to 200mm. © Rosendahl Nextrom

 
25/05/2020 – HV and EHV cable production

HV and EHV cable production

Rosendahl has installed a new “RH-W” test line

“RH-W” is Rosendahl’s metal-forming and welding line for high-voltage and extra-high-voltage cables (HV/EHV). And now it is ready to be experienced live. By  Jörg Dambock
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“Auto Grip” clamp is the darker-colored component mounted in the foreground at the end of the extruder. © Graham Engineering

 
23/05/2020 – Operated from a safe distance

Operated from a safe distance

New „Auto Grip” electro-mechanical clamp

A new extrusion clamp with electro-mechanical actuation is safer and simpler to operate than manual devices and provides more repeatable clamping forces. By  Jörg Dambock
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“Cable Builder” is Cimteq’s flagship product for cable design. © Cimteq

 
21/05/2020 – Cimteq and Toho

Cimteq and Toho

Strategic partnership announces first cable project

Wire and cable industry experts Cimteq and Toho International Inc have entered into a new strategic partnership to launch “Cable Builder” – Cimteq's cable ... By  Jörg Dambock
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German electric industry – Exports by countries/regions © Destatis/ZVEI

 
20/05/2020 – German electric industry

German electric industry

ZVEI Foreign Trade Report, edition May 2020

In March 2020 the exports of the German electric industry came to €17.6bn. With it, they failed their pre year level by 4.4%. By  Jörg Dambock
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Around 200 companies from 25 countries are expected at the Moscow Expocentre in Krasnaya Presnya. © Messe Düsseldorf/Strajin Igor

 
19/05/2020 – Parallel to Tube Russia, Metallurgy Russia and Litmash Russia

Parallel to Tube Russia, Metallurgy Russia and Litmash Russia

„wire Russia“ 2021 in Moscow

The leading regional Russian trade fair for the wire and cable industry – „wire Russia“ – will take place in the Russian metropolis from 8 to 10 June 2021. By  Jörg Dambock
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In mid-May the Industry business unit of Thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe with its activities moved from Leverkusen to the modern Willich site. © Thyssenkrupp

 
18/05/2020 – Thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe

Thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe

New start of the Industry business unit at Willich

In mid-May the Industry business unit of Thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe with its activities moved from Leverkusen to the modern Willich site. By  Jörg Dambock
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Following the guidance put forward by the Chinese Government to prevent and control the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the 12th “Wire+Cable Guangzhou”, ... By  Jörg Dambock