Ingersoll Rand | Trane grants the Wieland Group its 2016 Innovation & Value Creation Award
As one of six laureates, the Wieland Group was selected out of 13,000 suppliers by Ingersoll Rand for its 2016 Innovation & Value Creation Award.
Proposed by the Trane leadership for Technical Tubes in North America, the award is an appreciation of the close collaboration with R&D for technical innovations, as well as of the high quality and delivery performance for technical and industrial tubes on a global level. Criteria for this award included the delivery of innovative, customer-driven solutions, the expansion into emerging markets and the increase of the service business to drive profitable growth. In 2016, Wieland Thermal Solutions in particular had risen to the occasion and partnered with Ingersoll Rand to help deliver an innovative solution to customers, creating mutual success for both companies. Especially in the HVAC Chiller business, Wieland Thermal Solutions was recognized for continued effort to work hand in hand with Ingersoll Rand Engineering to develop new products to meet a defined customer niche. The award finally honors the willingness consistently demonstrated to invest in the development of innovative products. Wieland Thermal Solutions has a track record for meeting the high expectations for quality and delivery, while launching new product developments into production.
At the award ceremony f.l.t.r.: Xiangjun Yu, Vice President, Integrated Supply Chain, HVAC Transport Solutions, AP & India, Ingersoll Rand; Florian Hudelmaier, Manager Sales & Technical Marketing, Wieland Copper Products, Wheeling; Thomas G. Baker, Chief Exekutive Officer, Wieland Copper Products, Pine Hall and John Evans, VP, Global Procurement, Ingersoll Rand
Feb 9, 2017
Wieland Thermal Solutions at the ISH 2017: Efficient heating of drinking water and recovery of heat from greywater with the “GEWA-safe” safety tube
ISH, Frankfurt Fair, 14 to 18 March 2017, Hall 6.0, Stand B40
• Efficient heating of drinking water through direct condensation in the heat pump
Through long-term contracts with metal producers and traders operating on a global scale, the Wieland Group ensures a reliable metal supply to its customers.
The current development of the metal markets requires an adjustment of the metal premiums.
For deliveries made from 1 January 2017, the metal premiums will change as follows:
Copper: - 6 US dollars per ton
Zinc: + 10 US dollars per ton
Tin: + 25 US dollars per ton
Nickel: + 25 US dollars per ton
Lead: + 10 US dollars per ton
Aluminium: + 30 US dollars per ton
Nov 14, 2016
By engineers for engineers – Wieland Thermal Solutions reissues the Heat Transfer Data Books
For many years, the Heat Transfer Engineering Data Books have been a standard reference in thermal engineering. They provide both a comprehensive basic knowledge and detailed insights into heat transfer engineering – a valuable resource for engineers in research and industry as well as for thermal engineering university students.