New issue of Rimaster’s magazine Riview released.
A new issue of Rimaster’s magazine Riview has just been released! This issue is focusing on describring our eight business areas as well as a couple of interesting customer cases where Rimaster’s potential as your partner is described, helping you to make your life as a product owner simpler!
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Rimaster Ningbo awarded Dynapac’s Best Response and Shortest Development Time Award
In tight competition with almost 200 suppliers, Rimaster Ningbo has been awarded Dynapac’s Best Response and Shortest Development Time Award 2017.
Each year, leading compaction, paving and milling expert Dynapac appoints six suppliers among hundreds. Rimaster Ningbo was chosen for Best Response and Shortest Development Time, notedly after three years of cooperation.
”Rimaster’s relationship with Dynapac goes way back, and our group has also had the benefits of cooperating with other strong brands of the Fayat Group. At Rimaster Ningbo, we started off our relationship with Dynapac in 2014, and to us this award is an important proof that we have met the customer’s – and our own – high expectations”, says Jonas Yong Shen, general manager of Rimaster Ningbo.
”We’ve put together a dedicated group of engineers and production specialists, interacting with Dynapac in every phase of the development process. By offering onsite-support we have been able to give quick response, which obviously has been very appreciated. Of course, this award is an important momentum in our quest to continuously improve our delivery.”
Östgöta companies in charged cooperation
Norrköping-based Chargestorm is one of the leaders in e-Mobility. Now, in their introduction of a new product, they are utilising the expertise of another Östgöta company, the electrical systems specialist Rimaster. The EVA Wallbox charging station is to be produced at Rimaster Electrosystem in Rimforsa.
Chargestorm is a pioneer insofar as e-Mobility is concerned and the market leader in system solutions and charging structures for electric vehicles. Chargestorm technology can be found in most of the charging stations on the market today and the company’s operating systems are being used by Norway’s largest operators. Chargestorm has also recently signed an agreement with a global dealer to car-parking companies.
Rimaster will manufacture EVA Wallbox, which is Chargestorm’s new charging station for homes, condominiums and businesses. EVA Wallbox is based on an intelligent system that can be connected to the Internet, EVA Connected, for monitoring and remote control. Production is taking place in Rimforsa and Rimaster has overall responsibility for manufacturing, function tests and just in time deliveries.
“Rimaster has extensive competence in the field of electric cabinetry and is a master at dealing with the whole system. And this makes it possible to achieve a rapid startup. Rimaster’s system offering of competence in development of electrical and electronic systems is also a security for the future,” says Chargestorm CEO, Patrik Lindergren.
The collaborative venture is an expression of Rimaster’s strategy of working with new and sustainable technology.
“This is an interesting product area that we believe will grow a lot in the future,” says Andreas Kronström, Key Account Manager at Rimaster.
“All kinds of smart and efficient system solutions for a more sustainable society are of great interest to us and we think it’s really great to be going along with Chargestorm on this journey. We are two knowledge-intensive companies with matching ambitions and who can be developing alongside each other.”
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Rimaster is investing in new arrivals
A year ago, the first newly arrived refugees were given a job at Rimaster in Rimforsa. Since then, the integration project has grown.
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The Rimaster Group invests in Poland
Rimaster, the Swedish contractor of electrical systems, is expanding in Europe. Following extensive investment in its Polish manufacturing units, the Group is ready to meet increased international demand.
Interest in Rimaster’s development and manufacturing services in the areas of electrical systems and control panels is growing rapidly in the European market. This demand is being met by Rimaster with heavy investments in its Polish manufacturing units.
Rimaster’s staff has more than doubled in recent years, and today the Group’s two production facilities – in Czaplinek and Borne Sulinowo – employ more than 600. At the same time, the Borne Sulinowo plant has moved to new excellently equipped premises, doubling its production area – an investment in the vicinity of 15 MSEK.
The investment in Poland is part of Rimaster’s strategy of following its customers globally. Two complete production units and excellent logistics make Rimaster Poland an attractive partner for major players in western, eastern and central Europe.
“The move has resulted in new, efficient and flexible production lines that make it possible to meet customer demand and to create conditions for continued growth,” says Tomas Stålnert, CEO.
“Our long-time customers are experiencing increased demand due to the business boom we find ourselves in. At the same time, Rimaster’s dealings in the European market have begun to make an impact and we now have many new customers who have discovered the benefits of what we have to offer. We believe that the demand for our services and products will continue to increase.
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Major Chinese companies choose Rimaster
When leading Chinese business groups decide to expand in their domestic and international markets, they choose a Swedish partner. Rimaster, with its own development and manufacturing facilities in Ningbo, delivers electrical systems to leading local brands.
Sweden’s Rimaster Group established its business in Ningbo, China in 2008 with the aim of being able to offer manufacturing and business opportunities in the Chinese market for its European customers. Today, Rimaster Ningbo is well established and has become an attractive partner for Chinese clients, as well.
“Our domestic market is growing rapidly and we are now entering into relationships with some of China’s largest business groups and brands, including SANY, a well-known global organisation that manufactures lifting cranes and excavators,” says Yong Shen, Rimaster Ningbo’s CEO.
“Rimaster has a very good reputation in China. We are known for our customer focus, our excellent quality and high level of performance. Our Swedish connection is seen as a strength, and the fact that we have our own organisation and manufacturing here in Ningbo is a door opener into the Chinese market.”
In order to facilitate growth, Rimaster Ningbo has invested in new office and production facilities in the same area as previously, ZhenHai Economic Development Zone. The move was carried out recently, and means increased flexibility with more production lines and machinery as well as a successive increase in the number of its employees.
With development and production in Europe, Rimaster also has opportunities of following its Chinese customers in the international market.
“Irrespective of their home market, all of Rimaster’s customers stand to benefit from our local knowledge, service and manufacturing facilities in a global context.”
For further information, please contact:
Tomas Stålnert, CEO
Phone +46 73 366 40 01, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rimaster rises to the cause
Rimaster taking the lead in a new integration initiative in Östergötland. Competence in newcomers to the country is being recognized just as Rimaster is seeing increased opportunity for expansion and taking social responsibility.
All units within the Rimaster group now certified towards ISO 14001
Last spring, a project started at Rimaster in Söderhamn and Horn with the goal to certify both units towards ISO 14001 during the fall. The certification audit took place in late October and passed.