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Together with the leading suppliers to the transformer industry, Nynas is participating as highly-specialised engineers and procurement professionals gather to study the latest products and solutions.
With regular exhibitions in Chicago, Berlin, Istanbul and Shanghai, CWIEME is the most prominent global organiser when it comes to coil winding, electric motor and transformer manufacturing technologies. This is the meeting place for suppliers of everything from insulation materials and copper to electric steel, magnets and other process equipment that is demanded by transformer manufacturers.
On 20-22 June it is Berlin’s turn to host the event. Visitors – in round figures 6,600 from 82 countries – come along to meet just over 740 exhibitors who are presenting their latest products and technologies. All under one roof.
Nynas is exhibiting in its role as a world-leading supplier of transformer oil. The stand is in the area of the exhibition (Hall 4.2 Stand B16) where other members of TRANSFORM – an umbrella organisation consisting of nine leading European suppliers from the transformer industry – are also exhibiting.
“Visitors to our stand will meet a dedicated team that encompasses technology, sales and marketing,” says Johan Grövik, Market Manager Transformer Oils. “This is an amazing opportunity for Nynas to meet all relevant industry actors in a short period of time. As well as showing who we are, we’ll be answering questions and providing updates on our offering, holding short meetings and technical presentations, and booking future meetings with both existing and potential customers.”
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