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2019 June 13, 09:00 CEST
A substancial step towards Type Approval: SKF BlueSonic BWMS passed land-based tests
Gothenburg, Sweden, 13 June, 2019: SKF is proud to announce that SKF’s BlueSonic BWMS successfully passed all land-based tests required by...
2019 May 29, 14:00 CEST
Announcement of change in the total number of votes in AB SKF
Gothenburg, 29 May 2019: Due to a conversion of shares from Series A to Series B in accordance with AB SKF’s Articles of Association, the...
2019 May 21, 18:00 CEST
SKF at Paris Air Show: taking engine performance to new heights
Gothenburg, Sweden, 21 May 2019: The increasing demands being placed on the aerospace sector mean that suppliers need to be fast moving,...
2019 May 21, 10:00 CEST
SKF presents one-stop shop for sealing and bearing solutions at Nor-Shipping
Gothenburg, Sweden,, 21 May 2019: At Nor-Shipping, SKF will showcase its SKF Simplex BlueRun water-lubricated sterntube system....
2019 May 17, 16:00 CEST
Customised and hybrid bearings solve fundamental issues in electric vehicles
Gothenburg, Sweden, 17 May 2019: On the surface, there appears little difference between an electric and hybrid vehicle (EV&HEV) and...
2019 May 17, 10:30 CEST
SKF confirms closure of Stonehouse factory
Gothenburg, 17 May 2019: Following a consultation process with local employee representatives, SKF confirms the proposed closure of its...
2019 May 14, 14:00 CEST
Advanced bearing technology for electric vehicles to be showcased by SKF
Gothenburg, Sweden, 14 May 2019: Sales of electric vehicles (EVs) are poised to increase dramatically. According to a recent report...
2019 May 10, 10:00 CEST
Countering the counterfeiters
Gothenburg, Sweden, 26 March 2019: In 2017, working with law-enforcement authorities, SKF destroyed 15 tonnes of counterfeit bearings that...
2019 May 07, 08:00 CEST
Rolling railway maintenance to a digital destination
Condition-based maintenance (CBM), which involves measuring and monitoring parameters such as vibration and temperature to spot anomalies...
2019 May 02, 10:00 CEST
Keeping it clean: tougher rules on treating ballast water
Vessels such as cargo ships are designed to operate with a full load. If they run ‘empty’ they are likely to be unstable. To remedy this,...