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Collaboration between SKF and newly appointed Authorised Distributor, Namibian Lubrication Systems, seals the deal

16th January 2020 “SKF South Africa is committed to growing its extensive Authorised Distributor network in order to deliver innovative bearing and rotation technology solutions to customers across the sub-continent,” shares Christian Murman, SKF South Africa’s Business Development Manager – Neighbouring... 

A smooth ride in rough conditions with SKF’s new fork seal

6th December 2019 Enhance the front suspension systems of motorcycles and deliver a superior ride and trouble-free operation in harsh environments, with a new fork seal that is to be unveiled by SKF at EICMA Milan. Gothenburg, Sweden, 5 November 2019: Front suspension forks perform two key roles. First, they keep... 

SKF automotive products accelerate race winning performance

20th November 2019 SKF is a passionate sponsor of global motorsport. This renowned brand has been part of the on- and off-road, two and four wheel racing scene over many decades through turn-key product sponsorships and technical support. Through its separate Racing Division, the company is involved in all aspects... 

Customer uptime extended seven-fold with SKF Solid Machined Seal Solution

31st October 2019 Following a recent site inspection, SKF found that all fifteen customised K35 design seals installed in a vertical boring mill’s hydraulic rotary joint two and a half years ago have remained in perfect condition and continues to provide seamless operation! The same SKF-manufactured seals were... 

Bringing noise and maintenance back on track

23rd October 2019 Mainz is the capital and largest city of the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany. Located on the Rhine river at its confluence with the Main river, it is regarded as a major transport hub in southern Germany and for European distribution. The city has had a tramways network in... 

Fee-based business models for a better future

18th October 2019 SKF is urging users of rotating equipment to rethink the way they pay for bearings and related items. In the traditional transaction-based model, suppliers’ profits depend on numbers of parts sold and not on improvements in machine performance. There’s fundamental conflict of interest, as longer... 
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