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Alnab sees great digital potential

21 June / 2021

- We see this as an acid test. Now we are dropping the safety panels and entering a digital world - one we have high hopes for, says Jan-Erik Larsson, CEO of Alnab. Alnab is looking forward to Digital Scanautomatic and ProcessTeknik 5-6 October. - We have not been able to meet our customers in a useful way for almost a year and a half. We want to do just that at the digital fair: learn to me...

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SMC optimises the pressure on its stand!

21 June / 2021

- During the past year, we have gained a lot of experience of digital events. We believe in this format and we’re looking forward to Digital Scanautomatic and ProcessTeknik with great anticipation, says Torbjörn Lundberg, CEO of SMC Sweden. As an international group, SMC has participated in, or has itself organised, as many as five digital expos and conferences since the pandemic broke out....

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AFRY’s focus: sustainable solutions

21 June / 2021

- A digital trade fair requires a different mindset. But it can also be very successful, says Katrin Hedvall, market area manager at AFRY (formerly ÅF). For AFRY, exhibiting at Digital Scanautomatic and ProcessTeknik 5-6 October will be a new experience. - We are still a bit unfamiliar with the format, so it will be a challenge. Of course, we would rather have had a physical event, but at th...

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GEA is looking forward to focused meetings

21 June / 2021

 - It will be exciting to try something new! We see great opportunities and are very positive about Digital Scanautomatic and ProcessTeknik, says Daniel Frosterud, sales manager for GEA in Sweden. GEA Group, headquartered in Germany and with more than 18,000 employees, is one of the truly large players focused on the food and beverage sector. - ProcessTeknik is an important trade fair for us...

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How the pharmaceutical industry will be made more efficient

08 December / 2020

A project is currently underway between Lund University, Novo Nordisk, BioInvent, Cytiva and Modelon, in which they are working to develop and build autonomous mini-factories for biological drugs. A project that will change the entire pharmaceutical industry all the way from production to availability and cost for the end user. The production of medicines is expensive and slow, at least it has...

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