09 Oct 2017
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Energetic enthusiasm at hi17 in Denmark

API – AXXOS got the opportunity to experience three intense and fun-filled days at hi17, the largest tech and industry expo in Scandinavia.

“The fair has been very rewarding with many interesting meetings and discussions about how API PRO and AXXOS OEE can help manufacturing companies take the next step towards Industry 4.0.”

“Many of the visiting companies directly identified the benefits of a production follow-up supplier and CMMS / EAM to easily streamline their production.” says Jimmie Kling, Key Account Manager at AXXOS Industrial Systems.

Jimmie Kling, Key Account Manager, AXXOS Industrial Systems

Meet AXXOS OEE and API PRO at hi TECH & INDUSTRY EXPO Scandinavia, Oct 3-5

AXXOS OEE keeps the finger on the pulse of your production. A combination of monitoring, analysis and visualization sets the focus on efficiency and lays a solid foundation for improvements.

API PRO is the flexible EAM solution that will help you to improve efficiency in the production and in the maintenance process.

Combining AXXOS OEE and API PRO will give you the possibility of predictive maintenance based on true production status, efficient error report to work order process, efficient solutions for operator maintenance and more.

Come to Hi17 in Herning and find out how we can help you improve your production and be prepared for the future.

hi TECH & INDUSTRY EXPO

hi sets the frame for knowledge sharing, inspiration, business and network for everyone working within or related to the industry. This year the fair has a focus on the industry trends such as Industry 4.0, IoT, The Digital Factory, Manufacturing Intelligence, and Big Data.

It is free to visit the fair but you need to register online beforehand.

IoT and Industry 4.0

The Smart Factory is within reach thanks to AXXOS OEE. Straight forward and cost-effective connection of machinery to local or global networks builds the backbone of IIoT, Industrial Internet of Things. AXXOS OEE also gives you the tools to make manufacturing information available where it’s needed to facilitate efficient production and a successful improvement process. Show data in real-time on TV Screens, push out reports and interact wherever you are with mobile devices.

AXXOS OEE integrates smoothly with ERP-, MES- and EAM- systems, eliminating multiple data entry. By connecting real-time accurate production data to planning, execution and finance AXXOS OEE becomes a cornerstone in your advancement towards the vision of the Smart Factory, Industry 4.0 and Machine Learning.

13 Jun 2017

Time to connect the machines for the production of the future

Industry 4.0 and IoT are concepts that most of the manufacturing industry has started to take a closer look at. The vision is that products that go through the manufacturing process communicate with the production equipment in a self-learning system – the smart factory.

The tool for achieving the vision of the smart factory is IoT (Internet of Things). In industrial context, it is also referred to as Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The technology enables continuous data exchange between affected units from the chip of the product in the flow, robots and machines to the production and ERP systems.

Considerable activity in the field

Several IT solution providers have already presented their first versions of more or less large-scale data collection and data exchange solutions. Machine and tool manufacturers join to present their solutions to connect. Manufacturers are following the process and are preparing themselves. Some are making major investments in the technology that is currently available. Others are glancing at smarter machines to be prepared for the next step.

”What drives development is the need to increase productivity and thus maintain its competitiveness. With the smart factory, you can see highly automated production processes with less operators. Because machines and even products in the flow themselves can call on operators as needed, fewer employees can manage more production units more efficiently.”

“Other factors that increase interest are changes in the market place that lead to changed production processes. Shorter lead times, higher quality requirements, more customer-specific manufacturing, shorter series and more changeovers are some of the parameters”, says Mats Elmwall, Marketing Manager at AXXOS Industrial Systems.

Where are we today?

Despite the hype and promises of solutions, in practice, however, we have not come far. There are a lot of solutions available, but no one is sufficiently comprehensive or easy enough to access for a breakthrough of the smart factory. The biggest threshold is, as before, standardization.

In order for the vision to be realized to the level it has been raised by many actors and the media, all different systems must be able to communicate seamlessly. Unified communications and data formats are required, as well as IT security solutions. So, do we need to wait another 10 years?

AXXOS OEE measures, analyzes and visualizes production

Production of the future realized by many

For many manufacturers, a large part of what is included in the Industrial 4.0 and IIoT concepts has been a part of their standard operating procedures for a long time. With production monitoring systems like AXXOS OEE, they have their machines connected and continuously collect production data. Many have integrated the systems with their ERP systems and, thanks to that the ability to monitor production in detail at article and order levels without double entry of information.

In addition, many have connections to an EAM system, which provides seamless integration between production site and maintenance for e.g. alarm and error notification. It also provides the ability to build maintenance on actual production data, which in turn allows for predictive and proactive maintenance, making concepts such as Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) real.

”Here at AXXOS we have helped our customers to connect the machines and measure their production for almost 20 years, so this is nothing new to us. The companies that have been working with this for some time have a head start since they have learned what is important in context of using the information effectively to improve their production”, says Mats Elmwall.

AXXOS OEE Mobile provides full control of production everywhere in the factory - and beyond!

Positive trend for AXXOS

AXXOS is the leading supplier of production monitoring systems in Scandinavia and sees increased interest in OEE measuring, both in Sweden and internationally. The company has had strong growth for several years and is now expanding rapidly on an international market.

“The trend of increased interest in Industry 4.0 and IoT is very positive for us. We have lengthy experience of delivering large parts of what is still a vision for many. We connect our customers’ machines, help integrate with other systems and make production data available. We have solutions to visualize and make information available within local production facilities and globally in major organizations. We also have the tools to compile and analyze production data to create decision making material and enable improvements in efficiency and increased profitability.”

“2016 we joined API Maintenance Systems A / S and we are now further investing in developing our joint offer for future production. Integration between OEE systems and EAM systems is valuable for all manufacturing companies with reliability, efficiency and productivity in focus. “

Mats Elmwall provides a good advice for the companies that have not yet begun their journey towards future production.

“Take a closer look at how well you are utilizing your production resources. When you have a better idea of your current situation you are better set up to start working on improvements. Then you can continue to look at how the information can be used in different parts of the organization to continue the journey towards the smart factory”, he concludes.


Success for AXXOS OEE at the Hannover Fair, April 24-28

This year Hannover was more than ever the global meeting place for manufacturing professionals looking for answers to how they can get their factory fit for the digital future.

AXXOS and API Germany presented AXXOS OEE to the German and international audience and it was a great success being present at at the center of the Industry 4.0 and IoT activities.

During the week we had the pleasure to meet with a great number of midsize to large manufacturers and the opportunity and to talk about how AXXOS OEE can help them achieve more efficient production and to advance towards their future smart factory!

The summary of discussions at the fair confirms a great interest for AXXOS OEE from companies who are looking for a straight forward solution to follow up and to improve their manufacturing process rather than a complex MES system.

Manufacturing executives of several well-known companies appreciate what AXXOS OEE offers in terms of a cost-effective connection of machinery to local or global networks as well as the tools to make manufacturing information available where it’s needed to facilitate efficient production and a successful improvement process.

The presentation of production data in real-time with AXXOS Visualize, and access to the system with mobile devices was some of the features that got most attention from the visitors.


Get to know AXXOS OEE at the Hannover Fair, April 24-28

AXXOS OEE keeps the finger on the pulse of your production. A combination of monitoring, analysis and visualization sets the focus on efficiency and lays a solid foundation for improvements!

IoT

The Smart Factory is within reach thanks to AXXOS OEE. Straight forward and cost-effective connection of machinery to local or global networks builds the backbone of IIoT, Industrial Internet of Things. AXXOS OEE also gives you the tools to make manufacturing information available where it’s needed to facilitate efficient production and a successful improvement process. Show data in real-time on TV Screens, push out reports and interact wherever you are with mobile devices.

Meet us at the Hannover Fair in Hall 8, stand D25

The Hannover Fair is the happening of the year for manufacturers in Europe. The 2017 Fair has a strong focus on industry trends such as Industry 4.0, The Digital Factory and Predictive Maintenance.

Come to Hannover and learn more about how AXXOS OEE can help you to achieve more efficient production and to advance towards your future production!

Industry 4.0

AXXOS OEE integrates smoothly with ERP-, MES- and EAM- systems, eliminating multiple data entry. By connecting real-time accurate production data to planning, execution and finance AXXOS OEE becomes a cornerstone in your advancement towards the vision of the Smart Factory, Industry 4.0 and Machine Learning.

Integration with API PRO EAM Solution

Recently AXXOS became part of the API Group, bringing the connection of production equipment and efficiency monitoring together with API PRO, the most flexible Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution on the market today.

AXXOS OEE and API PRO both have a strong focus on Efficiency and Reliability to enable our customers to get the most out of their investment in production equipment. Combining the two solutions will give you the possibility of predictive maintenance based on true production status, efficient error report to work order process, efficient solutions for operator maintenance and much more.

Discover what AXXOS OEE mean for your business

Come and visit us at the Hannover Fair in Hall 8, Stand D25. AXXOS invites you to visit the fair free of charge.

Register here for your free electronic ticket with the Registration Code: Rsz5cbbyp9569w

Let us know if you plan to visit, we would be happy to reserve the time to give you a personal demonstration. For booking a meeting and for you have specific questions about AXXOS OEE, the Internet of Things or API PRO, please send a note to sales@axxos.com

Practical info

Opening hours
Monday 24/4 to Friday 28/4
Daily, 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m

Hannover Exhibition Grounds
Messegelände, D-30521 Hannover
Using a navigation system? Please enter “Hermesallee”.


Record economic growth continues for AXXOS Industrial Systems

The steady growth continued for AXXOS Industrial Systems during 2016 for the 11th consecutive year. In addition, record sales were reported during the first two months of 2017 with an increase of 60 percent compared with the previous year. With the support of the new owner and several new international agreements AXXOS OEE cements its position as Scandinavia’s leading system for production monitoring.

“A lot has happened this past year. Not least in the form of new partners and framework agreements with international companies. Partnerships that will be rolled out and show results over the upcoming two years. It’s very exciting and 2017 has the potential to be a great year of opportunities for us”, says Claes Gunnarsson, Managing Director, AXXOS Industrial Systems.

More international customers on the horizon

In the end of last year AXXOS merged with API Maintenance Systems A / S, focusing on global growth and venturing into Industry 4.0. Both parties look at this merger as an opportunity to become a more complete supplier of system support for reliability and efficiency.

”This provides AXXOS with direct access to representation within 10 countries. It creates conditions for strong growth on the international market. We complement each other very well. API provides a highly competent maintenance systems while our strength is focused on production monitoring and optimization. Both systems focus on increasing availability and help customers to be more efficient and profitable in their production”, says Claes Gunnarsson.

AXXOS OEE – a competitive and user-friendly system

During 2016 AXXOS entered into agreements with large industrial customers such as Volvo Cars and gained several international partners. Among them German SDI Project, already delivered AXXOS OEE to several customers on the German market.

”SDI evaluated AXXOS OEE against the best MES systems in Europe and concluded that we have a strong position.”

“We have a competitive, user-friendly, and reliable product that is in the forefront of improving production efficiency for customers on the world market. A large portion of our growth is based on recommendations from satisfied customers”, says Claes Gunnarsson.

Economic growth and award winning company

In 2016 AXXOS was awarded the “Gazelle Award” by the magazine Dagens Industri. AXXOS also received the award “Super Company” from the magazine Veckans Affärer.

”It’s particularly satisfying to be recognized for what has been a long term goal of ours. Strong growth with profit margin. We are now looking forward to helping more customers on the international market with gaining better efficiency within their production and to improve their overall profit margin”, concludes Claes Gunnarsson.

Click here to read more about AXXOS

Contact AXXOS Industrial Systems AB
Mats Elmwall, Marketing Director
mats.elmwall@axxos.com
+46 36 33 20 641 +46 36 33 20 641

About AXXOS Industrial Systems
AXXOS has delivered systems for production monitoring, AXXOS OEE for almost 20 years. We help our customers streamline their production by packaging our experience in OEE-systems, LEAN-training and coaching in improvement. AXXOS is part of API Group, supplying software for reliable and efficient production to 900 customers in 50 countries.

About AXXOS OEE
AXXOS OEE measures important KPI’s like the OEE value and set-up times, cycle times etc. AXXOS Visualize makes it easy to show the current production situation in real time. With the help of AXXOS Analyze it is quick and easy to analyze collected data to see the potential for improvement in operations. AXXOS is part of API Group.

05 Jan 2017

Learn about OEE and minimize losses

OEE stands for Overall Equipment Effectiveness and is a way to measure how efficiently a production plant is utilized.

OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is a globally accepted standard for measuring manufacturing productivity. In short terms – it identifies share of the total manufacturing time that is truly productive. An OEE value of 100% means you are manufacturing only good parts, as fast as possible, with no stop time. The OEE value of 100% means 100% Quality (only good parts), 100% Performance (as fast as possible), and 100% Availability (no stop time.

Availability

Availability (A), is a measurement of how much of the planned production time the machines really are in operation. Unplanned downtime, such as tool change, staff shortages, lack of materials, machine failure, etc. are losses that affect the availability.

Equipment failures and disruption as well as setup and adjustments together make up the machine downtime losses, this is described in the section of the Six Big Losses below.

Performance

Performance (P), also known as speed loss, shows the loss of each machine. Loss such as reduced production rate, incorrectly set speed, not tuned machine or deliberately chosen a lower rate because of quality issues and the like, affecting performance.

Even loss where the machine is not running at maximum speed and has been further reduced in speed generate performance loss.

There are several methods to determine the maximum performance rate, it may well be a value from the machine manufacturer, or the theoretically fastest possible speed, or the highest rate ever achieved in production.

Idling and minor stops, together with reduced speed on machine’s performance, this is described in the section of the Six Big Losses.

Quality Yield

Quality Yield, (Q), shows how many of the produced units that can be sold at full price. The losses are divided up into two categories: those of pure scrap that have no value at all, and those who that does not have top quality can, but can still be sold at a reduced price.

The difference between the units that can be sold at full price and those that sell at a reduced price can be seen as a loss and should be mapped out. Defects in the process and reduced yield reflects the machine’s quality losses. This is described in the section of the Six Big Losses.

Three reasons why OEE numbers are important to work with:

  1. Overall Equipment Effectiveness, OEE, is an effective metrics that continuously reveals how well your machines are being used
  2. OEE measurement helps you find bottlenecks in your production, leading to better profitability and competitiveness
  3. Monitoring OEE is a good method to set goals, and to concretely measure the result of the daily improvement work

OEE can be divided into Six Major Losses

A high OEE value means that the equipment’s full capacity is utilized to a large extent.. To optimize the OEE value eliminating all kinds of losses that may arise in production is a necessity. Historically, it’s mainly the visible losses such as breakdowns, scrap and downtime that companies have focused on to minimize.

Most companies have been ineffective in visualizing and resolving less visible losses, such as shorter stops and speed loss. A ”short stop” is short, but frequent stops, which are difficult to identify, and therefore sometimes seen as a part of the production flow. There is often a big unused potential with these short stops, by resolving these recurring stops your OEE numbers will increase.

Speed loss means that the machine does not manufacture products at the rate that it is designed for. More about these losses can read about below.

1. Equipment Failure and interruptions

Any downtime that occurs in the machine is covered in this category. When stops like these occur losses such as lower production volumes and increased process time will develop. The cause of machine disturbances and interruptions can be both temporary and recurring in nature.

Temporary disturbances are commonly known as breakdown and can for example mean that the control system or central components of the machine breaks down and needs to be repaired or replaced. These events often mean that the machine must be stationary for a long time. Recurring disturbances may include problems with the software, or that the pressure suddenly falls in the lubrication system. This means that the machine must be temporarily turned off. To reduce these losses, it is important to break the problem down into small pieces, especially when it comes to recurring problems.

When coding stop causes manually in logbooks, you usually only record the larger obvious stops. This leads to that the smaller, recurrent disturbances being left out without a permanent solution.

2. Set-up and adjustments

Set-up time and adjustments cause loss of production and at the same time is often the cause for defective products being manufactured before the change and adjustment has taken place.

Set-up time is the time it takes to prepare the machine from producing one product to another. You may have also have to do some adjustments after the set time, and in some cases it takes time for adjustments beyond the actual change. To reduce losses, it is important to take into account the disturbance of different parts; the mechanical adjustment and alignment of the machine separately.

3. Idling and short stops

The loss during short stops occur for example when a product is caught in a feeding machine or debris get stuck or get in the way. The problems are easily solved but the time loss may be significant in the long run if it occurs often, and if the errors are not noticed by the operator quickly enough.

The difference between these short stops and chronic disruptions is that the short stops do not depend on the machine itself, but the material or other equipment. However, they are equally difficult to detect and analyze because the operator usually does not record these small disturbances. Idling losses means that the machine is not operating even though could, due to lack of material.

4. Reduced speed

The loss arise in that the machine runs at a slower speed than it is designed for. It can be difficult to see with the naked eye and therefore a loss that is rarely perceived as a loss, because the machine actually still produces articles.

It is extra difficult to discover the loss if the machine produces multiple types of articles, where there is a large variation of the target cycle time for each article. In these cases it is particularly important with a Product Monitoring System that can handle the stop times on order and article level.

5. Defects in the process

This definition covers losses like scrap and lost production. Defects can arise, for example due to incorrect processing, which might be due to temporary and intermittent interference.

When a part has to be discarded it is not only the raw material that is a loss, but also the wasted production time.

The parts that can be revised should also be considered a loss. Partly because they take up time for the operator, but mainly because of the machine time used for a value-adding process.

6. Reduced yield and startup losses

This is a quality loss that arise while starting up a machine that is unstable which lead to a number of faulty articles being produced before the process becomes stable.

Such loss occurs mainly after a new set up, or if the machine has been turned off.

Keeping a steady eye on OEE?

Follow up on your stop times, stop causes, downtime, scrap and other key performance indicators in production. It’s hard to improve and streamline unless you continually measure your production. To measure is to know!

OEE monitoring, the key to improvement

In order to effectively improve your OEE value it requires that you know your current situation. By installing a system that automatically records the OEE value in your production it will tell in black and white how well your production is optimized. AXXOS OEE is a Production Monitoring System that simplifies the operators’ work. Forget all the handwritten logbooks and Excel files. It is easy, quick and reliable to collect OEE data from the machines with AXXOS OEE.


Ålö Installs AXXOS OEE on New Robot Welding Plant

The machine manufacturer Ålö AB, headquartered in Umeå, Sweden, makes multi-million (SEK) investment in new robotic technology. In connection with the investment, in what could be Sweden’s most modern robotic facility outside the automotive industry, Ålö chose to invest in the production monitoring system AXXOS OEE.

“We are making a comprehensive upgrade to our overall production. To remain at the forefront in a competitive market, we will measure, monitor and continuously improve the production in the new equipment with AXXOS OEE.” says Joakim Lundin, Project Manager, Global Manufacturing Engineering, Ålö.

Initially the production monitoring system will be installed on four robotic cells for welding, with 9 measuring points. There are plans to install AXXOS OEE on more machines in the facility.

“It’s exciting to get the opportunity to collaborate with a progressive company such as Ålö. With AXXOS OEE they will quickly acquire a good basis for improvement strategies and we confidently look forward to our continued collaboration”, says Thomas Dahlgren, Key Account Manager AXXOS Industrial Systems.

Ålö is one of the world’s leading suppliers in the agricultural machinery industry. With sales companies in 7 countries, factories in four countries and customers in more than 50 countries, Ålö accounts for 30 per cent of the world market in the segment for tractors with engines more powerful than 50 hp. As of 2016, Ålö employs approximately 690 employees. Sales in 2015 amounted to around 35,000 loaders and 42,000 implements for a total value of SEK 1,900 million.

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Contact AXXOS Industrial Systems AB
Mats Elmwall, Marketing Director
mats.elmwall@AXXOS.com
+46 36 33 20 641 +46 36 33 20 641

About AXXOS Industrial systems
AXXOS has supplied systems for production monitoring, AXXOS OEE for almost 20 years. We help our customers improve their production by combining our experience in OEE systems, LEAN training and improvement coaching.

About AXXOS OEE
AXXOS OEE measures important KPI’s like the OEE value, set-up times, cycle times etc. AXXOS Visualize makes it easy to show the current production situation in real time. With the help of AXXOS Analyze it is quick and easy to analyze collected data to see the potential for improvement in operations.

30 Nov 2016
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AXXOS and API join forces aiming at global growth and Industry 4.0

Today, API Maintenance Systems has acquired all shares in the Swedish ‘gazelle’ company, AXXOS. The companies expect to reap substantial synergies in the fight for market shares within IT-systems for maintenance and operational optimization.

Global focus
AXXOS is Scandinavia’s leading supplier of production monitoring solutions with over 300 customers in 20 countries. AXXOS has its largest customer base in the Nordic region, while API already has the bulk of its revenue abroad.

 – “API is a global player – and with offices in 10 countries they can help lift our technology onto the world market much faster than we would have been able to on our own,” says Claes Gunnarsson, Managing Director, AXXOS and continues “We get direct access to offices in the US, China, India, Germany, Belgium, Poland, Malaysia and Ukraine, which has a great value for our customers with international operations. At the same time it opens up completely new business opportunities in major industrial markets. “

Continued development of AXXOS OEE
After the acquisition AXXOS is a subsidiary of API and continues to pursue the development and sale of AXXOS OEE and AXXOS Calibration. AXXOS will continue to develop its business under the leadership of Managing Director, Claes Gunnarsson.

Moving up the value chain
API has during the past 20 years – and in competition with large multinational IT companies – established a strong position within EAM systems (Enterprise Asset Management). The client list contains several of the biggest brands within industries such as food & beverages, pharmaceutical, process and manufacturing, distributed across more than 50 countries.

The acquisition, which is a part of API’s global growth strategy, adds the powerful production monitoring and improvement system AXXOS OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) as well as AXXOS Calibration to its product portfolio.

 –  “We have strong track record in providing solutions to the many challenges that exist around the planning processes and maintenance of large manufacturing companies,” says Michael Ries, CEO, API and adds: “But what we get with AXXOS, is the ability to offer our customers the tools to measure how well they utilize their production equipment and to find the potentials for improvements. We believe that this ability will be of great importance to our customers”.

After the acquisition, API Group has a three-digit million turnover in SEK and about 110 employees at 15 offices in 10 countries.

Industry 4.0 and IoT
A common denominator is that both companies’ services and technologies support the global supertrend, Industry 4.0 and IoT (Internet of Things), where the increasing digitization of manufacturing systems makes it possible to generate, analyze and communicate data in order to optimize the overall efficiency.

 – “With this transaction, we move our positions forward in this exciting area, where integration and collaboration between different applications is a key to success,” says Claes Gunnarsson

About API Maintenance Systems A/S

• headquartered in Copenhagen Denmark
• honored with “Denmark’s best IT company” award by Computerworld 2013
• API has customers in more than 50 countries
• API PRO software is available in 23 languages

Read more about API

Contact:

Claes Gunnarsson, Managing Director, AXXOS (+46 70 360 65 50)

12 Oct 2016
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Gnotec Habo wins AXXOS Productivity Price 2016

During AXXOS’ User Days 2016, Gnotec Habo received the award for Best Productivity Improvement.

Gnotec Habo AB (Gnotec) received the award for its long-term and dedicated improvement work that resulted in major improvements in availability and productivity.

Gnotec mainly manufactures advanced metal components for automotive customers. Information generated from the production monitoring system AXXOS OEE is used on all levels within the organization. It is evident how the information is being used for decision-making within different internal processes.

The organization has shown great commitment to continuously develop their production monitoring and improvement work, ever since the introduction AXXOS OEE. Champions and role models like Magnus Stangdell, and others, have made Gnotec highly qualified users of AXXOS OEE. They have also contributed to the continuous improvement work of their production lines. Just in the last 18 months, the availability of the plant in Habo increased by 24%. Over a longer period, Gnotec increased its total productivity from 67% in 2011 to over 90% in 2016.

Furthermore, Gnotec in Habo has in an exemplary manner contributed to other companies’ production monitoring and improvement work by freely sharing their experience.

”It’s fun that we are being recognized for our work. Continuous improvement strategies are usually not glamorous. It’s instead characterized with long-term focused efforts that gradually leads us to results. Within Gnotec we have a strong focus on production monitoring and Lean manufacturing and I am pleased that we can show figures demonstrating that it produces results,” says Magnus Stangdell, Production Manger, Gnotec Habo AB.

About Gnotec AB

Gnotec is a leading Scandinavian company specialized in engineering and manufacturing of metal components for automotive and industrial applications. Among their clients you will find leading OEM manufacturers like Volvo Trucks, Volvo Car Corporation, Scania, Renault, Autoliv, JBT FoodTech and Assa Abloy.

The six operations in Sweden, Slovakia and China have more than 600 employees and offer state of the art technology in Automatic pressing, Laser cutting, Press bending, Welding and many other metal processes. Continuous improvement and Lean manufacturing are run in each plant by highly competent employees.

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