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After Corona: Chinese factory able to produce again

While we are at the begin­ning to take mea­su­res in Ger­many to con­tain the corona virus, China is already on the road to reco­very. Once the fac­tory of the NSH-Sub­si­diary at Nan­chang (NSH-CTI) had to close for a few weeks after the New Year cele­bra­ti­ons, the com­pany is now almost 100% ready to pro­duce again. It has been made pos­si­ble through con­sis­tent imple­men­ta­tion of the estab­lished rules in con­nec­tion with skil­ful cri­sis manage­ment. We are delighted, that the Chi­nese col­leagues are retur­ning to a little more nor­ma­lity and we are…

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Review: 17th International Rail Vehicle Conference in Dresden.

The 17th Inter­na­tio­nal Rail Vehi­cle Con­fe­rence in Dres­den was atten­ded by about 570 par­ti­ci­pants from 12 coun­tries. In 4 ple­nary lec­tures and 48 pre­sen­ta­ti­ons in the con­fe­rence sec­tions »Wheel/Rail«, »Pro­ject Plan­ning, Cal­cu­la­tion and Design of Rail Vehi­cles« and »Manu­fac­tu­ring, Main­ten­ance and Cost Assess­ment of Rail Vehi­cles« were pre­sen­ted cur­rent fin­dings and were dis­cus­sed it with the con­fe­rence par­ti­ci­pants. The con­fe­rence was con­duc­ted by our HEGENSCHEIDT col­leagues from Erkel­enz, who pro­vi­ded infor­ma­tion on the sub­ject of »Deep rol­ling and roll strai­gh­ten­ing of wheel treads of rail vehi­cles« in the con­text of…

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New Talents visit NILES-SIMMONS

People who recei­ves a Ger­man scho­l­ar­ship can be con­si­de­red lucky. The pro­gramme is finan­ced by com­pa­nies to sup­port the stu­dents on their edu­ca­tio­nal path. The Ger­man scho­l­ar­ship hol­ders of our coope­ra­tion part­ner TU Chem­nitz were again guests at the scho­l­ar­ship hol­ders」 table at our fac­tory. The new talents get an impres­sion of the high qua­lity and modern manu­fac­tu­ting of NILES-SIMMONS. We look for­ward to see­ing some of them again soon, perhaps for a lon­ger period of time. Thanks for your visit.  

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We congratulate Tim Oelschlägel on his graduation as an engineer

Congra­tu­la­ti­ons Tim Once again we wel­come a new employee as »NILESIAN« in our com­pany. Congra­tu­la­ti­ons to Tim Oel­schlä­gel for his degree in ein­gi­nee­ring at the FH Zwi­ckau. He deve­lo­ped and con­struc­ted an opti­mal bea­ring principle for mil­ling spind­les for his diploma the­sis. The results include an increase in machi­ning accu­racy, an impro­ve­ment in over­all per­for­mance and a proud 1.0 in his the­sis. »I am very plea­sed and happy that I was able to write my the­sis at NILES-SIMMONS. Besi­des the use of a new test stands, I obtai­ned not only…

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Grinding without limites – NSH subsidiary WEMA Glauchau with new machine at the GrindTec

Grin­ding unli­mi­ted 「Made in Ger­many」 makes it pos­si­ble The NSH sub­si­diary WEMA Glauchau expands its pro­duct port­fo­lio in the field of exter­nal machi­ning with the new WOTAN® S3A and exhi­bits the com­pact machine at the Grind­Tec 2020 The new WOTAN® S3A is the focus of the Grind­Tec exhi­bi­tion of the machine-tool fac­tory Glauchau GmbH (WEMA). At the inter­na­tio­nal trade show for grin­ding tech­no­logy from 18th to 21st March 2020 in Augs­burg, the sub­si­diary of the NILES-SIMMONS-HEGENSCHEIDT Group will be exhi­bi­t­ing the com­pact machine with auto­ma­ted fee­ding and in-house deve­lo­ped user-fri­endly…

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New Talents from Mittweida as guests at NILES-SIMMONS

Recrui­t­ing young talents is still an important issue in 2020. New tech­no­lo­gies, new mar­ket and custo­mer requi­re­ments con­stantly demand new inter­nal and new employee know-how. For this rea­son, we regu­larly wel­come young people to our com­pany in order to ensure a con­stant exchange bet­ween sci­ence and prac­tice. Last Fri­day, 24.01.2020, we had with us 30 mecha­ni­cal engi­nee­ring stu­dents from the Uni­ver­sity (FH) Mitt­weida. After a visit to the plant, the stu­dents got some sou­ve­nirs of the Chem­nitz site and the hol­ding NILES-SIMMONS-HEGENSCHEIDT We wish all stu­dents suc­cess­ful final exams and…

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Germany is the most innovative country in the mechanical engineering sector

This year’s Bloom­berg Inno­va­tion Index cer­ti­fies Germany’s high inno­va­tive strength in three areas: The num­ber of patent app­li­ca­ti­ons, High tech­no­logy clus­ters, Highly deve­lo­ped mecha­ni­cal engi­nee­ring. The last point in par­ti­cu­lar con­firms that mecha­ni­cal engi­nee­ring con­ti­nues to play a pionee­ring role in Ger­many. We invested too in new tech­no­lo­gies and pro­ces­ses in 2019 in order to satisfy the requi­re­ments of our custo­mers. We will exhi­bit these as usual at the main trade shows oft he indus­try. More infor­ma­tion can be found here: www.niles-simmons.de/2020/ The com­plete arti­cle about the index can be…

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We wish you a healthy and successful year 2020

    Dear custo­mers, dear busi­ness part­ners, On behalf of NILES-SIMMONS Indus­trie­an­la­gen GmbH we wish you a healthy and suc­cess­ful year 2020. The start into of the new decade means for us to opti­mize our pro­ducts as well as our ser­vice and at the same time to improve the qua­lity of the machi­nes in order to meet the increa­sed mar­ket requi­re­ments in the usual way. Our empha­sis here is on the con­ti­nuous impro­ve­ment of our inter­nal pro­ces­ses as well as the ana­ly­sis and adap­tation of the necessary inter­nal struc­tures. We…

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Hujambo Habari – Our installation manager supports the educational development in Africa

In the lug­gage car­rier with an edu­ca­tio­nal Mis­sion It is an idea that is more than admi­ra­ble. Every year, our instal­la­tion mana­ger Jörg Leh­mann and his wife, in col­la­bo­ra­tion with local part­ners, sup­port the school and edu­ca­tio­nal work in con­nec­tion with the estab­lish­ment of muni­ci­pal net­works and struc­tures in Africa. For this pur­pose they collect school and tea­ching mate­ri­als or, if necessary, buy spe­ci­fic books/materials. They took the first step in 2017 by per­so­nally dis­tri­bu­ting a deli­very of school and tea­ching mate­ri­als tog­e­ther with their local part­ners in the Kivu…

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