Our semestrial Newsletter is here!
With more and more Netsuite enabled sites and new projects continuing to get started, it was time to put the team in line on common goals. To achieve this, Netsuite’s IT team met in early April at Welding Alloys France for a week of Netsuite implementation workshops.
In October, Welding Alloys Vietnam (WAVN) received a request from The Vissai Group (Vissai Ha Nam Cement site) to solve one of their industrial challenges. Three ceramic rollers for grinding raw material failed to meet the warranty period, therefore the production capacity dropped.
Since Aluminium Turkey’s investment in its machines was completed in 2018, Speedmet we have been developing the new wires and finally achieved ‘All Positions’ ABS and DNV-GL approvals. TUV-DB are on the way and coming soon.
Here is a little news update about what is going on at Dalforsån in Sweden. We have been very busy so far this year; Dan and Henrik hosted the yearly key account meeting back in April, with colleagues from Europe and Asia.
After having received the contact details of a French rock wool manufacturer by our WA Produr colleagues, the WA France team proactively made contact with the potential future customer to see how WA could benefit their business.
At the end of March, Welding Alloys France participated in the 11th edition of the SIFER International Railway Industry Fair, held every two years in Lille, France.
The Siderca harbor Crane (Argentina), which has 2 drums, al- lows the raw materials to be unloaded from the ships in order to supply the Reducción Directa factory, which is specialized in pipes manufacturing.
A couple of months ago, a cooper mine plant asked KW to repair their SANDVIK H8800 Hydrocone crusher.
Welding Alloys delivered a new MultiSurfacer R23000 machine, to X-Tek Inc. in February. The machine is a twin head single station roll cladding machine for rolls up to 23 ton.
Following on from the success of the WA Health & Safety Awareness week in 2018, we have recently held a similar H&S Awareness week this month, which took place from 17- 21 June.
Welding Alloys South Africa recently partnered with ELCOR Industries Pty Ltd, a distributor in Swaziland, to promote our SMK NG machine, as well as our WA MAXEXTRACT and MAXEXTRACT PLUS cored wires.
There are many mechanically strong machines that are coming to the end of their life due to obsolete, worn parts and missing functionality that is required in today’s competitive market.
Common requirements for superduplex weld metal in terms of corrosion resistance can be challenging to achieve with slag bearing processes (shielded metal arc, flux cored arc or submerged arc welding).