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Seeger-Orbis at the CTI Symposium in China for the fourth time in a row

Posted: 09/18/15

Part of the growth in China from the very beginning

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Seeger-Orbis was one of the first companies that had applied for participation in the CTI Symposium in China in 2012. This year for the fourth time the conference and exhibition chose Shanghai the place to be: Automotive drive technology in vehicles. Seeger-Orbis was again represented with its own booth of course.

Again this year Associated Spring joined the event, the leading provider of technical springs and stampings and sister company in the Strategic Business Unit "Engineered Components" in the Barnes Group. Again we could show and discuss the wide range of innovative solutions for the modern automotive powertrain at the symposium and accompanying exhibition.

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Left photo: Simon Wang, Technical Sales Manager Seeger-Orbis China and Hailun Zhang, Sales Representative North China at the joint booth of Seeger-Orbis und Associated Spring, right photo: Hailun Zhang together with Ted Mai, Sales Manager Associated Spring China

The Engineered Components organization spans 21 global manufacturing and non­manufacturing strategic locations, with over 1,500 employees dedicated to collaborating with customers, adding value through innovation and state-of-the-art technologies and strategies such as BES Next Generation, and consisting of four leading brands:

  • Associated Spring, a leader in engineered spring and stamping solutions;
  • Associated Spring Raymond, a leading supplier of ready-to-ship standard struts, springs and spring washers as well as custom solutions/assemblies;
  • Heinz Hänggi, a leader in microstamping, fine blanking and micro-cold-formed solutions including state-of-the-art GDI solutions that are superior to laser drilling/EDM wire alternatives and
  • Seeger-Orbis, a leader in engineered retaining and snap rings for automotive applications as well as general machinery.

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