October 24th was the start date for the project “Kickstart Digitalization”, a venture undertaken by RISE (Research Institute of Sweden), Teknikföretagen and IF Metall. The idea behind this program is to build and secure competitive companies for the future. From having been in second place globally when it comes to digitalized countries, Sweden has been slipping lately. The goal is to retake the position in the lead within this area and Huddig is one of the companies attending in this project.
Huddigs CEO, Lars Lindahl will participate as a speaker at the IVT Symposium in Cologne, Germany on November 10th. The conference is the only one in the world that completely focuses on the design and development of electric and hybrid technology for construction, agricultural, industrial and off-highway industry.
About the IVT Symposium:
The Electric & Hybrid Industrial Vehicle Technology Symposium, which takes place in Cologne from November 9-10, will be the world’s only conference exclusively dedicated to the design and development of electric and hybrid vehicle technology for the construction, agricultural, industrial and off-highway vehicle industry.
The symposium will bring together R&D engineers and heads of design and engineering from around the world to discuss, debate and analyze the growing possibilities and future developments for the hybridization and full electrification of construction, industrial and off-highway vehicles.
Bjurfors Days (Bjurforsdagarna) which took place from June 16-17- was the Electric Power Industry’s competence event in Avesta, Sweden. The event was attended by power company representatives and exhibitors included power line equipment suppliers. During the two-day event there were seminars with practical demonstrations. Huddig showed a CABLE machine equipped with a Huddig LIFT 2200 LWI.
The 4-page case study highlights how the full hybrid technology will improve work methodologies in several application segments.
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With the aim of training Sweden's best railway technicians, Nässjö Järnvägsutbildning (Nässjö Railway Training) is setting its sights high in every department. Its own training sidings and a complete signal box and points means that trainees encounter reality during actual training. In addition, the school has its own Huddig RAIL – a backhoe loader fully equipped for assignments on and alongside the track. A collaboration with Huddig representatives VöXss Maskin AB ensures the school always has an ultramodern machine at its disposal.