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Engel and Hack Formenbau together against Covid-19

Engel and Hack Formenbau together against Covid-19

The demand for test swabs for nasal and throat swab tests will continue to grow strongly due to Covid 19. Injection moulding machine manufacturer Engel Austria and Hack Formenbau are jointly committed to ensuring the global supply of test swabs.


Packaging with a Future: Engel is a founding member

Packaging with a Future: Engel is a founding member

Engel is committed to greater sustainability of plastic packaging. In collaboration with six other companies from the Austrian packaging industry, the injection moulding machine manufacturer founded the "Verpackung mit Zukunft” (Packaging with a Future) platform.


Face masks in record time

Face masks in record time

Together with business partner Haidlmair, Engel is committed to improving the supply of face masks worldwide.


Engel France and Engel Benelux with new managing directors

Engel France and Engel Benelux with new managing directors

Romain Reyre and Arthur van Dijk are the new managing directors in injection moulding machine manufacturer Engel’s international sales network. Romain Reyre will be in charge of the sales and service subsidiary in France, while Arthur van Dijk is joining Engel Benelux.


Arburg and Ems-Chemie provide help

Arburg and Ems-Chemie provide help

The Swiss specialty chemicals group Ems-Chemie, the German safety eyewear manufacturer Uvex and plastics machinery manufacturer Arburg have been thinking about how they can provide quick help to rescue services, hospitals and medical personnel in the current situation.


Pragmatic solutions for fight against COVID-19

Pragmatic solutions for fight against COVID-19

In a recent roundtable, Nanofabrica invited interested parties to discuss ways in which its one-micron resolution additive manufacturing technology (with a 5 x 5 x 10 cm build volume) could be harnessed to create speedy, innovative devices to work against COVID 19.


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