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Worldwide news NEWS AND MARKETS Innovation since 1927: Bauer Gear Motor celebrates 90 th anniversary Today, geared motors are a common sight in almost every industrial environment. They are an efficient, compact and reliable technology that allows power to be precisely transmitted. The development and advancement of this technology is largely due to the company Bauer Gear Motor, who in 1927 became one of the pioneers of this crucial technology. Now a part of Altra Industrial Motion Corporation, the brand is as strong as ever. In 1927, Wilhelm Bauer acquired a small electric motor factory in Esslingen, Germany. It was here he began to implement the revolutionary idea of coupling a high speed electric motor with a gearbox. The idea proved popular and under Wilhelm’s son, Eberhard Bauer, the company flourished and quickly expanded across Europe. In 2011, the company was acquired by Altra Industrial Motion, a global manufacturer of power transmission and motion control products. Collaborating with the Altra group has provided Bauer, the opportunity to expand its presence in the global market place. Now in its 90th year, Bauer is showing no signs of slowing down. On the eve of its 90th anniversary, Bauer is allowing itself a short break from looking to the future to celebrate its impressive past. Certified energy management system at Stauff Group Efficient utilization of energy and resources is becoming a key cost factor for companies. The continuous monitoring and optimization of energy by means of an energy management system is therefore almost indispensable today. For this reason, the headquarters of the internationally operating Stauff Group, has introduced a comprehensive energy management system at 3 sites in Germany – its production plants in Werdohl and Plettenberg and the logistics centre in Neuenrade. This system was successfully certified to DIN EN ISO 50001:2011 at the end of the first quarter of 2017 by independent experts from Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA). The energy management system identifies and documents the existing potential to improve energy efficiency. The system identifies the main consumers, determines relevant energy KPIs and continuously records energy volumes so that they can be evaluated, compared and then takes measures put in place to lower energy demand and cost. Deutsche Messe forming new partnerships to expand in America and Canada With an aim to expand its portfolio in North America, Deutsche Messe AG, the parent company of the world’s largest industrial trade fair, Hannover Messe, has finalized 2 new partnerships. From 25 th to the 28 th of September 2017, Deutsche Messe will be co-hosting 5 trade fairs – Industrial Automation Canada, Motion, Drives & Automation Canada, ComVac Canada, parts2clean Canada, and CeMAT Canada – along with the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS). CMTS showcases machine tools, metalworking and advanced manufacturing technologies. The event takes place in close proximity to Toronto and Ontario, and hosts more than 700 exhibiting companies. From 6th to the 9th of November 2017, Deutsche Messe will stage Industrial Automation North America and Motion, Drives & Automation North America in parallel with ‘Fabtech’ at McCormick Place in Chicago. ‘Fabtech’ is North America’s largest event for metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing. In the last few years, Hannover Messe’s collaboration with IMTS in Chicago have proven to be very successful. Now joining hands with CMTS gives, Deutsche Messe a good foothold in Canada and with ‘Fabtech’, it further strengthens the brand’s presence in the U.S. Germany’s Murrelektronik opens its new subsidiary in India India has established itself as one of the largest emerging markets in the world. Strong GDP growth suggests that India is set to become an important player in the global trade. Since April 2017, Murrelektronik has its own subsidiary in India. In close collaboration with Techworks, Murrelektronik has established a foothold in the Indian market by focusing on brand awareness and gaining customers within the last 5 years. Looking at opportunities that India offers, Murrelektronik has located its subsidiary strategically in the mega-city of Bangalore, which is not only known worldwide for its IT industry, but is also a hot spot for mechanical and plant engineering. To deal with the highly dispersed and densely populated country, Murrelektronik operates 4 other sales offices in India. The branch office director of Murrelektronik in India is Chetan T.A., and has already been working locally for the company’s interests since 2012. The branch office employs a total of 13 people. The sales associates have all obtained their sales license from the company’s head office in Oppenweiler, Germany and have a comprehensive knowledge of products and solutions. WORLD OF INDUSTRIESMOTION, DRIVE & AUTOMATION 4/2017

The Rheintacho group expands, takes over RGK video systems Rheintacho Messtechnik GmbH has taken over the activities of RGK Video Systems from April 2017. The business activities will be transferred to the newly founded company Rheintacho Vision Systems S.A.S. with its Headquarters in Buhl, France. Christoph Mozer, CEO of Rheintacho Messtechnik GmbH expresses his pleasure on the deal going through: “I am very pleased to be able to continue the long-term and trustworthy relationship we have had with Spring Coating Systems, the previous owner of RGK Video Systems with this step. I am also very happy to have been able to get the experienced staff of RGK Video Systems on board the new company.” Tom Korchak and Elmar Lackermaier have been appointed as Managing Directors of Rheintacho Vision Systems. Tom Korchak will be working in the same capacity at Spring Coating Systems, as the M.D. of RGK Video Systems. Elmar Lackermaier is an authorized signatory at Rheintacho Messtechnik and manages the R& D department. The products of RGK Video Systems represent a perfect addition to Rheintacho’s current product portfolio. This supports Rheintacho strongly in taking the next step forward in the field of measuring technology. Oerlikon Drive Systems India gets certified as a ‘Great Place to Work’ Oerlikon Drive Systems India has been certified by ‘Great Place to Work Institute’ - a global authority in building, sustaining and recognizing high-trust, high performing workplace cultures. Oerlikon Drive Systems is a global provider of transmission systems used in a passenger cars, commercial and utility vehicles, trucks, agricultural equipment. The company has been present in India since 1999, with production sites at Greater Noida and Belgaum respectively. In 2015 the Company inaugurated its third Indian plant at Sanand in Gujarat, serving domestic as well as export markets. The certification is based on the Great Place to Work-Trust Model, which is built on 30 years of research and data collected through their Trust Index-Employee Survey, taken annually by millions of employees worldwide. The survey measures factors including trust, credibility of the management, respect for people, fairness at the workplace, pride and camaraderie between people. ‘Great Place to Work’ Institute’s methodology is recognized as rigorous, objective and considered as the gold standard for defining great workplaces across business, academia and government organizations. DERANTRIEBn Reliable n Versatile n Global NORD DRIVESYSTEMS: n Worldwide available n Subsidiaries in 36 countries n Agents in 52 countries Headquarters: Getriebebau NORD GmbH & Co. KG Fon +49 (0) 4532 / 289-0 Member of the NORD DRIVESYSTEMS Group The Gear Unit n Strong bearings n Quiet running n High power density The Motor n High efficiency n Global standards n All operating conditions The Drive Electronic n Field distribution system n Easy implementation n Scalable functionalities


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