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Spiral cables compatible with Winsta connector system

30.6.2020

Reimax’s retail product family is complemented by socket-spiral cables suitable for the Winsta connector system. They are designed for efficient power distribution in stores and offices. The spiral can be used for many applications and purposes, and when hung from the ceiling, the spiral does not get in the way, thus significantly increasing comfort and safety.

There is a choice of PUR or PVC cable with several different socket options. Cable selection is affected by operating conditions. Sturdy PUR withstands harsh conditions and is oil and chemical resistant. In addition, the PUR cables are cut resistant and can handle high mechanical wear.

Special PVC, on the other hand, is a cost-effective solution for interiors where the comfort and safety provided by the spiral is needed. The cable colors are black and orange with the PUR sheath and white with the PVC sheath.

New HR & Development Manager and Sales Assistant

19.2.2020

Kristi Konnov has started on February 3rd,2020 as HR & Development Manager in Reimax Mäealuse. Konnov will be responsible for managing human resources and development operations in Reimax Tallinn factories.

 

Nora E. Thomas has also joined Reimax Group on January 7th, 2020 as Sales Assistant in our Klaukkala office. Thomas’s responsibilities include accounts payable related tasks. Thomas has previously been working in banking industry in United States.

Reimax Kempele moved to a new location

25.11.2019

The sales office of Reimax Kempele has moved to a new location. Reimax Kempele’s new address is Voimatie 1 B 2, 90440 Kempele.

We kindly ask you to send invoices for Reimax Kempele primarily in electronical form. Paper invoices and other mail is sent to the address stated before. Delivery of goods are still sent to our Klaukkala location.

Reimax in Elmia Subcontractor 2019 on 12-15th November

23.8.2019

Reimax will be exhibiting in Elmia Subcontractor in Jönköping, Sweden, 12th – 15th of November 2019. Elmia Subcontractor is northern Europe’s leading subcontracting trade show and it brings together the manufacturing industry’s experts with over 1,200 exhibitors from 30 countries.

Find us from our stand B08:67.

WELCOME!

More information

www.elmia.se/en/subcontractor/

Alihankinta fair in Tampere 24.-26.9.2019

1.8.2019

Finland’s leading manufacturing industry event Alihankinta 2019 will be held in Tampere at 24.-26.9. Tampere Exhibition and Sports Centre will once again be full of Finland’s manufacturing industry and its leading companies, with around 1000 exhibitors from over 20 countries.
Hear Reimax’s recent news in our stand C450.

See you in Tampere!

Alihankinta 2019

CSA certificate for Reimax

10.4.2019

We in Reimax value quality and invest in it in every process. As a proof for our quality a CSA (Canadian Standards Association) certification has been granted for Reimax harness manufacturing. CSA International certification indicates that a product, process or service has been tested to a Canadian or U.S. standard. CSA certified labels are top of the line quality products that deliver exactly what is expected of them.

Reimax participating in EU’s Conflict Minerals project

27.3.2019

Armed conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo and its neighboring countries are financed through selling of certain minerals. Armed forces are governing these areas and they are conducting severe human rights violations. These forces sell the so-called conflict minerals (gold, tantalum, tin, tungsten) around the world. Companies can influence with responsible investments and thusly preventing the finance of these conflicts. Reimax follows up its suppliers and demands commitment to the responsible acquisition of conflict minerals.

EU is implementing legislation on due diligence – chains of conflict minerals in 2021. Reimax has been selected by the Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency TUKES to represent Finland in the testing period of reporting conflict minerals due diligence – chains. Testing period is held on 21.3.2019-12.04.2019.

Read more on conflict minerals and the EU legislation

New contact person for retail products

19.2.2019

Thomas Ohlström has started as a Sales Manager in February 18th, 2019. Ohlström is responsible for our retail products as well as for markets in Sweden and Baltic region. Ohlström’s educational background is in electronics and he is an experienced salesperson in the industry of electricity. Ohlström will answer your questions regarding for example extension cords, sockets for extension cords, heating cables and connection cables.

Internal nominations

13.2.2019

Niko Laine, M.Soc.Sc, has moved to develop Reimax Group’s processes as our Business Development Manager. Laine has worked earlier in Reimax among various administrative projects. In his new position Laine will be responsible for industry related requirements, regulations and directives as well as developing processes in changing field.

Reimax continues to develop its sales by naming its Marketing Manager Krista Alenius, M.Sc. (Econ.) as Sales and Marketing Director. Alenius is responsible for Reimax Group’s marketing as well as sales operations. By integrating and developing our sales and marketing we are aiming to offer even more suitable solutions for our customers.



Investing in systems and machinery

19.11.2018

We have been investing in softwares, equipments and machinery this year to serve our customers even better. We have upgraded our enterprise resource planning system in September. The deployment of the system went without problems and did not cause any delays in our operations. We have also implemented a new maintenance and calibration software which helps us to maintain our and customers equipments and machines.

We increased our testing capacity with alternating voltage tester, which is compatible with SFS 5993, SFS-EN 61242 standards. We test all the extension cords we manufacture to ensure the compliance with directives and above all the operational safety. In addition we have invested in our insert molding sector with horizontal and vertical molding machines. These machines complement the existing machinery and bring additional capacity for our use.