Advanced Engineering 2021

THE POSTPONEMENT OF ADVANCED ENGINEERING SWEDEN 

The Advanced Engineering Sweden event, which was due to take place on 2-3 September in Mölndal, has now been rescheduled for 24-25 March 2021. Whilst the postponement is unfortunate, we are in full support of the organiser’s decision on this matter.  

For those delegates planning to visit our stand E:17 at Advanced Engineering Sweden, we look forward to welcoming you in September. In the meantime, feel free to contact us at: info@trfastenings.com 
 
Thank you 
TR Fastenings 

COVID-19 & THE POSTPONEMENT OF ADVANCED ENGINEERING – GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN

In response to the growing number of confirmed global cases of COVID-19 (the coronavirus), the Advanced Engineering Gothenburg event, which was due to take place on 25th-26th March in Mölndal, has been rescheduled for 2nd-3rd September. Whilst the postponement is unfortunate, we are in full support of the organiser’s decision on this matter.

The health and safety of our employees, partners and customers is of paramount importance to our business. We also continue to monitor developments on a daily basis, including any new advice and instructions set out by government and the relevant health authorities.

For those delegates planning to visit our stand E:17 at Advanced Engineering Gothenburg, we look forward to welcoming you in September. In the meantime, feel free to contact us: info@trfastenings.com
 
Thank you
TR Fastenings  

Driving product development at Sweden’s premier automotive engineering event

Stand E:17, Automotive Engineering Hall, Advanced Engineering, Gothenburg, Sweden, 25th-26th March 2020
 
TR Fastenings Ltd (TR), the international specialist in the design, engineering, manufacture and distribution of industrial and Cat C fastenings to the global automotive assembly industry, is exhibiting in the ‘Automotive Engineering’ hall at Advanced Engineering Sweden 2020.
 
Located within the dedicated ‘Vehicle’ area of the exhibition, TR’s stand is located in front of the Development Stage, which is the focal point for the show’s expert speaker line-up. Discussions on the stage will address trends and technical opportunities in the engineering industry and provide insights on, amongst other things, 5G, challenges in mobility, and AI.
 
Representatives from TR’s European engineering team will be at the show, which is billed as the meeting point in the Nordic region dedicated specifically to those who want to develop a new or existing product within automotive applications, electronics and other mechanical manufacturing.
 
TR has its own Technical and Innovation Centre in Lindholmen Science Park, in Gothenburg, an area which is dedicated to research and development in mobile communication, intelligent vehicles and transports systems, and modern media. The science park is also home to many Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive OEMs, including where the new Volvo SPA2 platform is being developed - the next generation of Volvo Cars' award-winning SPA modular vehicle architecture.
 
Eugen Kuhnl, Engineering Manager at TR Sweden, says:

“Advanced Engineering puts product development decision-makers in the same room as technically knowledgeable suppliers, providing an opportunity for visitors – and exhibitors - to keep updated on the latest products and services and to discuss solutions to the engineering challenges they are trying to meet.
 
This year, our product focus at the show will be on fasteners for electric vehicles (EV), and EV battery chargers. Our representatives will be able to advise designers, production and purchasing personnel on our fastener technology, including our new patented fastening solution, the EPW thread-forming screw for thin sheet metal.
 
Our expert engineers will be joined on the stand by a team of mechanical design and engineering students from Stockholm’s respected KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), and the electric car they have designed and built to compete in Formula Student, Europe’s most established educational motorsport contest. TR Sweden has supplied KTH students with a free supply of components and technical consultancy for the past three years, demonstrating our ongoing commitment to supporting new engineering talent.”
 

Click here to register and meet the team on stand E:17.

 
Published 17.02.2020

TR Fastenings showcases products and expertise at Advanced Engineering 2019

Gothenburg exhibition a success for TR
 
TR Fastenings Ltd (TR), the international specialist in the design, engineering, manufacture and distribution of high quality industrial fastenings, has enjoyed a successful exhibition at Advanced Engineering 2019, which was held in Gothenburg in March.
 
Celebrated as Sweden’s most advanced showcase of industrial engineering, Advanced Engineering includes a hall dedicated purely to Automotive Engineering. As a key exhibitor in this hall, TR was able to showcase its wide range of specialist products for the automotive market and speak to stand visitors about its extensive sector experience and knowledge. As a result, the TR team held a number of meetings with suppliers, customers and prospective partners, with several OEM and Tier 1 firms visiting the stand to discuss requirements and ask specific product-related questions.
 
TR’s involvement in the event followed the opening of its Technical and Innovation centre in Gothenburg in May 2018, based in the Lindholmen Science Park, a national centre of excellence for automotive innovation. From major OEM firms and IT software developers to technical and engineering teams from Tier 1 manufacturers, Lindholmen is fast becoming a hub for automotive innovation in Europe. 
 
TR is a full service provider to the automotive industry, supplying and distributing fastener products to the Tier 1 market.  TR’s global reach now extends to 31 sites, since the launch of the Gothenburg location. Globally, TR supplies to over 5,000 customers globally and produces approximately 8 billion parts per annum from its 8 manufacturing facilities worldwide.
 
TR was also joined on its stand this year by a team of students from Stockholm’s highly regarded KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) , along with the electric car they have built with the help of TR components and consultancy. For the past two years, TR Fastenings (TR) has provided assistance to teams of mechanical design and engineering students from the college to enable them to compete in Formula Student, Europe’s most established educational motorsport contest. Formula Student aims to develop enterprising and innovative young engineers and to encourage more young people to take up a career in engineering. 
 
Eugen Kuhnl, Engineering Manager at TR Sweden, comments: “The show was a great success for us, giving us the ideal platform to demonstrate our expertise in automotive engineering and speak to a good range of contacts across all aspects of the supply chain. The event was well attended and we look forward to progressing the conversations we held at our stand.”
 
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Published 03.05.19

 

TR Fastenings to showcase engineering excellence and automotive expertise at Gothenburg exhibition

Stand B20, Automotive Engineering hall, Advanced Engineering, Gothenburg, 27-28 March 2019
 
TR Fastenings Ltd (TR), the international specialist in the design, engineering, manufacture and distribution of high quality industrial fastenings, is exhibiting in the ‘Automotive Engineering’ hall of Advanced Engineering 2019.
 
Celebrated as Sweden’s most advanced showcase of industrial engineering, the show takes place from 27th-28th March at the Åbymässan venue in Gothenburg. TR’s involvement in the event follows the opening of its Technical and Innovation centre in Gothenburg in May 2018, based in the Lindholmen Science Park, a national centre of excellence for automotive innovation. From major OEM firms and IT software developers to technical and engineering teams from Tier 1 manufacturers, Lindholmen is fast becoming a hub for automotive innovation in Europe.
 
TR, owned by Trifast Plc, is a full service provider to the automotive industry, supplying and distributing fastener products to the Tier 1 market. TR’s global reach now extends to 31 sites, since the launch of the Gothenburg location. Globally, TR supplies more than 60 billion components annually to over 5,000 customers and also produces over 8 billion parts per annum from its 8 manufacturing facilities worldwide.
 
At the Advanced Engineering show, TR will be exhibiting at stand B20 of the Automotive Engineering hall, one of four focal areas featured in the event. The show’s other key areas are Advanced Materials, Smart Manufacturing and Additive Manufacturing.
 
As well as showcasing its full product range and inviting visitors to discuss questions, issues and specific requirements with its team of industry and product experts, TR will also be joined by some visitors at the stand this year. A team of students from Stockholm’s highly regarded KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) will be present, along with the electric car they have built with the help of TR components and consultancy.
 
For the past two years, TR Fastenings (TR) has provided assistance to teams of mechanical design and engineering students from the college to enable them to compete in Formula Student, Europe’s most established educational motorsport contest. Formula Student aims to develop enterprising and innovative young engineers and to encourage more young people to take up a career in engineering.
 
Eugen Kuhnl, Engineering Manager at TR Sweden, comments:
 
“The Advanced Engineering show and in particular, the Automotive Engineering area, gives us a great opportunity to meet with potential buyers and influential decision makers from within the international automotive community. Since our own technical and innovation centre opened in Gothenburg last year, we have taken every opportunity to engage with automotive innovators and this show gives us another chance to continue and further these conversations.”