Digitized wire & cable manufacturing. The “NIEHOFF Magazine” 1/2018 is out now
A multiwire drawing line type MMH 121 + RM 161, a D 632 type double twist bunching machine, an NPS double spooler type SV 402 D, and a rotary braiding machine BMV 16.
Niehoff will also present its digitization concept realized by a new application called Niehoff Digital Assistant+ 4.0, which enables process monitoring of modern Niehoff machinery, machines condition monitoring, spare parts identification, and troubleshooting support.
The market report titled “Good perspectives for the cable industry” explains reasons, which justify the expectation that the order books of cable makers will continue to be filled.
Another article concerning Niehoff’s activities in the field of technology deals with the development of additional double twist stranding machines for the manufacture of compacted conductors for energy cables. There are also articles about the reconditioning of used Niehoff machines and upgrading components developed by Niehoff, which help increase the productivity and efficiency levels of Niehoff machinery.
One of the numerous companies, which rely on Niehoff technology, is also introduced in this magazine: The Coroplast Fritz Müller GmbH & Co. KG, Wuppertal, one of the leading manufacturers of adhesive tapes, cables and wire harnesses.
Biannually the NIEHOFF Magazine informs its readers about company news and developments, trade shows and events and other interesting topics. The magazine, published in English and German with some of the articles and summaries in Chinese and Russian, is available at the Niehoff headquarters in Germany, all Niehoff subsidiaries and service offices worldwide, and also on the Niehoff website: www.niehoff.de.
Complete solutions from a single source
Maschinenfabrik Niehoff develops and builds with an experience of more than 60 years all machinery – with the exception of extruders – needed for the production and the downstream processing of non-ferrous wires into automotive, power, data and special cables. In addition, the portfolio contains technical assistance by professional specialists who speak the customers´ languages. The reliable supply with original Niehoff wear parts and spare parts, machinery inspection, refurbishment and maintenance measures as well as machine operator and maintenance training courses complete the range of services. Niehoff Group offers custom-tailored solutions from development and planning to turnkey projects of complete cable factories.
Niehoff Endex North America, Inc. (NENA), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Niehoff Group, with manufacturing and engineering capabilities in NJ, USA, is responsible for the sales, supply, and service of the entire Niehoff product range in the USA, Canada & Mexico.
The Group with nearly 800 employees worldwide is comprised of its headquarters, five manufacturing subsidiaries (in Brazil, the US, the Czech Republic, India, and China) as well as sales and service centers in Japan, Singapore and Russia.
Maschinenfabrik NIEHOFF GmbH & Co. KG
Walter-Niehoff-Strasse 2, D 91126 Schwabach, Germany
Tel. +49 9122 977-0 / Fax +49 9122 977-155
Contact: Norbert Meyer, Marketing
Tel. +49 9122 977-291 / E-mail: email@example.com
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