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ADVERTORIAL TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION


GS Yuasa launch new company to service Nordic and Baltic markets


will be better served by the business. Benefits include shorter lead times, local support and reduced order quantities meaning customers can order more regularly. The new distribution centre will stock and supply GS


Yuasa’s full product range, increasing year-round availability and improving on current delivery times. A new dedicated specialist team for the region strengthens GS Yuasa’s European operation and includes General Managers for Sales and Marketing, Operations as well as Product and Technical. James Hylton, Managing Director of GS Yuasa Battery


their Nordic and Baltic export regions. GS Yuasa Battery Nordic began trading from a new distribution centre in Jönköping, Sweden in December 2019. The creation of a new sales company and distribution


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centre in Sweden represents a significant investment from the battery manufacturer, as it aims to increase market share in the Nordic and Baltic regions. The move means that customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia


S Yuasa Battery Sales UK Ltd are pleased to announce the establishment of a new sales company to serve


Nordic and GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK Ltd, said: “We’re delighted to be establishing a hub for GS Yuasa in the Nordic- Baltic region with the opening of GS Yuasa Battery Nordic. We’ve seen sustained growth in the region over the past


few years – our Jönköping base will allow us to better serve the territory with our industry-leading battery technology by increasing availability and reducing lead times. “We’ve appointed a highly-skilled team who have


already begun to build on our reputation for quality, reliability and performance.” “GS Yuasa have achieved significant growth in the Nordic-Baltic region over the past few years, in particular


in Sweden & Finland with our distribution partners Batteripoolen & Akkupojat. The opening of GS Yuasa Battery Nordic will build on this excellent partnership and help us to realise the full potential of the market.”. Johan Lyckow, Managing Director of Batteripoolen,


said: “We view this as a natural next step in our close co- operation with GS Yuasa. We will continue to grow in all areas of a market that is dynamic and fast-changing in both the transportation and industrial sectors” With the creation of the Nordic business, GS Yuasa will


increase marketing and sales activity in the region, with a particular focus on large automotive distributors, vehicle & machinery OEMs and UPS & Telecoms manufacturers. GS Yuasa are the world’s leading battery manufacturer


and the UK market leading brand for automotive, motorcycle and industrial batteries. With a wide range of products for varied applications available Yuasa and GS batteries are the number one choice across Europe and trusted by consumers and professionals alike.


GS Yuasa  www.gs-yuasa.euwww.yuasa.com


Building block for easy-to-handle interfaces for energy chains: the Han-Modular® Flexbox.


Han-Modular® Flexbox: Modular connectors for energy chains R


educes the associated construction and connection effort / Less space is needed. The flexible and reliable supply for fast, linearly moving


components of machines and systems is made possible by the Han-Modular® Flexbox – a novel interface in the modular plastic housing system from HARTING. Longer, moving cable runs for machines and machine modules are easier to install and maintain. The Han-Modular® Flexbox makes it possible to sub-


divide energy chains into flexibly manageable and easily replaceable segments. The modular housing concept replaces the previous implementation consisting of multiple individual connections and offers a single plug-in and disconnection point as a compact overall solution. This reduces the associated construction and connection effort, and less space is needed. Fastening elements can be used to join the housings together in different


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configurations. As a result, the height and width of the interface can be flexibly designed. The Han-Modular® Flexbox thus fits the requirement profile of a wide variety of applications. The Han-Modular® Flexbox was developed in a co-engineering process with our partner igus. The Flexbox’s housing and other components are made


of high-performance plastic and comply with the applicable standards in terms of fire protection and resistance to environmental influences. The seals on the cable glands are designed for easy handling and are available for cable diameters from 4 to 24 mm. The system is rounded out by integrated strain relief that can withstand forces in excess of 150 Newton. The Flexbox is a stand-alone solution that boasts all the features of housing for industrial connectors. HARTING has succeeded in continuing the modularity inside the housing as well. Nearly all the Han-Modular®


portfolio - which features more than 100 modules for transmitting currents, signals and data, as well as compressed air and fibre-optic signals - can be used in the Flexbox. This results in almost endless combination possibilities when it comes to implementing the right interface for every application. A plastic frame enables integration of the Han-Modular® modules in the Flexbox. Currently, a maximum of four modules can fit in one frame. The connections in the Han-Modular® Flexbox are


securely protected against environmental influences such as water and dust. Screw locks in different designs ensure tightness.


HARTING  01604 827500  www.harting.com/UK/en-gb


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