Lesjöfors’ wide product range attracts worldwide
Valve World Expo in Düsseldorf is a fair for manufacturers of industrial valves with visitors representing oil and gas industry, pharmaceutical and offshore industries, mechanical engineering and many more. This year’s fair attracted more than 12 000 visitors from 88 countries which makes this the biggest Valve World Expo in Düsseldorf so far.
Positive response and sample order the day after
The result of the exhibition speaks for itself. Several spring designs have been performed and discussed, enquiries have been promised by quite a number of visitors, visits planned and even one sample order came through the day after design and discussion at the booth.
“We received almost 50 visitors at our booth. Several engineers, but also general managers and even vice presidents of companies from 17 different countries all over the world that were interested in the capabilities of the Lesjöfors Group which is very inspiring, says André Boskemper, Sales Director at Lesjöfors.
The successful “Lesjöfors Way“
The “Lesjöfors Way” has for many years been our guideline in everything we do. Local presence with wide and deep expertise creating clever spring solutions. Our engineering experts have long experience and knowledge from many industries, which makes our capabilities for spring design extensive and of highest quality.
Regarding heavy springs Lesjöfors is one of few players of these massive hot coiled springs on the European market with wide usage areas ranging from railway wagons to powerful safety ventilators in oil wells on the seabed and in subsea equipment.
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