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Configurators for engineers: Focus on machine design – not on bearing...

 The way we configure our new car has improved lately. Now, configuration technology is doing the same in engineering offices. Just as we shouldn’t...

Kaydon bearings help Mars Rover collect rock and regolith samples on...

 Each time the Perseverance Mars Rover collects or handles rock and regolith samples in Jezero Crater during its multiple-year mission on the surface of...

SKF invests SEK 400 million in Airasca, Italy

 SKF is investing SEK 400 million in expanding and modernizing its manufacturing facility in Airasca, Italy. The investment will bring the manufacturing of super-precision...

A BRAVE new world for bearings

 An experimental verification facility that will provide unprecedented insights into the mechanisms behind bearing failures and performance prediction is being built by SKF.Some ten...

SKF Year-end report 2020

 Alrik Danielson, President and CEO: “I would like to thank everyone in SKF for contributing to making 2020 the year in which we delivered on...

Rickard Gustafson appointed as President and CEO – SKF

 The Board of AB SKF has appointed Rickard Gustafson as new President and CEO. Rickard Gustafson will succeed Alrik Danielson and join SKF during...

Benefits of Remanufacturing of Bearings

 SKF’s guru when it comes to Remanufacturing of Bearings, Hannes Leopoldseder hosts a short briefing on the benefits of remanufacturing of bearings and how this helps...

SKF invests $50 million to strengthen its manufacturing footprint in North...

 SKF is investing approximately SEK 550 million in strengthening its manufacturing footprint and competitiveness in North America.Approximately SEK 350 million is being invested in...

Counterfeit Bearings intercepted in Russia

 The mobile team of the Samara customs office stopped a vehicle heading from Kazakhstan to Russia on 12 September 2020 with counterfeit bearings on...

How to get started with predictive maintenance

 Downtime is something that every business wants to avoid. All too often engineers spend most of their time firefighting component failure, leaving little time...