Always a Wire Die Leader Fort Wayne Wire Die has historically been the birthplace of technology that drives the wire drawing and wire die industries. From the first wire die manufacturing equipment
KCI is a leading, independent, media and information company with a strong focus on the global flow control industries. We have offices in The Netherlands, Germany, China, Canada and India. We are
The KCI Media and Information Group is the market leader in processing and delivering technical information with a high added value for the global flow control, stainless steel, and pump
Pleuger GmbH is one of the leading international manufacturers of machines and accessories for processing standard and special wires. We develop the right solutions for your individual requirements.
Our aspiration: To always be one step ahead In a unique process we combine a traditional endless weaving technique with innovative coatings to form outstanding products. Thus, we are able to
The Hildebrandt Group is a traditional family firm, at the same time, Europes largest producer of cable drums. We are a complete provider of wood, plywood, steel, plastic drums and equipment.
Aurubis is Europes largest producer of refined copper and copper semis like wire rod, shapes, strip, bars and profiles – in standard as well as high-performance alloys.
BEGRA is a leading compounder in the field of soft PVC granules and dry blends. With a production capacity of 120,000 tons per year we are producing custom-made compounds in our steadily growing
Innovative • Traditional • Flexible • Customer-oriented We manufacture stainless steels and nickel alloys with diameters starting less than one tenth of a millimeter up to over one meter. Tradition,
EZM Edelstahlzieherei Mark GmbH is a manufacturer and international operating supplier of bright steel and profiles made of steel and titanium, focusing on applications in automotive engineering,
The companies CLAAS and KLINCKE stand for centuries of wire tradition in Altena. Wire was drawn at CLAAS as early as 1738 and production began at KLINCKE in 1837. This tradition has been continued by
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