Sustainability & Eficiency

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Sustainability and efficiency are no longer just buzz words in the industry of mechanical and plant engineering but are crucial factors for success. Four successful businesses form Saxony-Anhalt explain how to automate processes efficiently. See the videos here or click on our YouTube channel.

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Sustainability & Eficiency in the Mechanical and Plant Engineering Industry

Why is sustainability and efficiency important? INKOMA Maschinenbau GmbH, AWH Armaturenwerk Hötensleben GmbH and FEHA LaserTec GmbH from Saxony-Anhalt let you know.

KSB to follow shortly.

AWH Armaturenwerk Hötensleben GmbH


The company Armaturenwerk Hötensleben GmbH offers sustainability as a recipe for success. It manufactures high-quality and reliable components for the food, cosmetics, chemicals and pharmaceuticals industries exclusively from stainless steel – a material of the future, and ensuring the recycling capability of which is the perpetual task of AWH.

FEHA LaserTec GmbH


A company that guarantees the efficient development and production of CO2 laser radiation sources is the FEHA LaserTec GmbH from Bitterfeld-Wolfen. The realisation of universal and customised laser machines and the analysis and research of laser processes by means of highly developed application systems is the focus of the internationally successful company.

INKOMA Maschinenbau GmbH


INKOMA stands for INdustrie KOnstruktion MAschinenbau (Industry, Construction, Mechanical Engineering), and supplies superb solutions in the area of drive engineering on the basis of sustainable production processes. The company, which was established in 1973, has long since been an international success story in the field of manufacturing for the production of gear components.

KSB AG


The company KSB manufactures highly efficient pumps and fittings worldwide on the basis of sustainable production concepts. This results in long life, energy-saving constructions for a variety of applications in water treatment plants, industrial facilities, large-scale power stations, mining and on oil drilling platforms.


In video: AWH Armaturenwerk Hötensleben GmbH


The company Armaturenwerk Hötensleben GmbH offers sustainability as a recipe for success. It manufactures high-quality and reliable components for the food, cosmetics, chemicals and pharmaceuticals industries exclusively from stainless steel – a material of the future, and ensuring the recycling capability of which is the perpetual task of AWH. In this respect, sustainable production sequences are guaranteed by the conceptual saving of materials, and furthermore, the certified minimising of the energy resources.

AWH currently sells and markets the largest share of its manufactured components worldwide, and with the separation of the stainless steel according to differing material grades, the sales team is able to maintain a consistent supply of products to the recycling loop economy. “Our approach is generally about avoiding the unnecessary use of energy in terms of sustainability and continuing to drive our changeover to green energy forwards,” highlights Managing Director of AWH Thomas Erhorn, describing the future orientation of the company, which is located in Hötensleben and has been a family-run business since the year 1859.


In video: INKOMA Maschinenbau GmbH


INKOMA stands for INdustrie KOnstruktion MAschinenbau (Industry, Construction, Mechanical Engineering), and supplies superb solutions in the area of drive engineering on the basis of sustainable production processes. The company, which was established in 1973, has long since been an international success story in the field of manufacturing for the production of gear components, achieving huge savings with a simultaneous reduction in costs.

INKOMA describes the resulting progress it has achieved in the area of material modelling with a matching slogan: “Great ideas need drive”. At its location in Osterweddingen, it is on this basis that the company creates the highest quality drive elements – from the initial idea through to the final assembly. “The area of electronics is our future,” says Manfred Obermeier, Managing Director of INKOMA-Maschinenbau GmbH, explaining the future path of the company, which is towards the development of a wide range of new and innovative torque transmission components.


In video: KSB AG

The company KSB manufactures highly efficient pumps and fittings worldwide on the basis of sustainable production concepts, in the context of which it uses a closely meshed sales and service network. According to the guidelines of the Global Compact, this results in long life, energy-saving constructions for a variety of applications in water treatment plants, industrial facilities, large-scale power stations, mining and on oil drilling platforms. At KSB, the targeted reduction of the “life-cycle costs” to the minimum, the prevention of unnecessary emissions and the incorporation of regenerative energies provide the basis for potential electricity savings and cost-effective improvements to products.

These days, you can't launch a product on the market with success which hasn't been efficiently and sustainable manufactured because ultimately, the customer won’t buy it from me,” says Sales Manager Philip Storch, describing the requirements of the global market. In this respect, the reduction of the impact on both people and the environment is a characteristic attribute of the economic alignment of the company that was established in the year 1871.

 

 


In video: FEHA LaserTec GmbH


A company that guarantees the efficient development and production of CO2 laser radiation sources is the FEHA LaserTec GmbH from Bitterfeld-Wolfen.
The realisation of universal and customised laser machines and the analysis and research of laser processes by means of highly developed application systems is the focus of the internationally successful company.

The company works in a sustainable manner through precise refurbishment processes, where new products are generated by recycling the essential components of old products. Managing Director Ekkehard-Torsten Henze describes laser technology and the possible applications of laser sources in materials processing as the “driving forces of innovation”. At the Saxony-Anhalt branch, many industrial businesses, institutions and training facilities of the FEHA LaserTec GmbH create an ideal environment for this.


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