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GLASS WORLDWIDE VIRTUAL MARKET PLACE

Sep 20 2022

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GLASS WORLDWIDE VIRTUAL MARKET PLACE

Date: September 20, 2022 4:25 PM

Complementing the industry acclaimed content of Glass Worldwide, welcome to the glass sector’s digital showcase of the latest innovation on offer from key players across the globe.
Check back for regular new entries and to find out how your company can be featured, email  davefordham@glassworldwide.co.uk.

For additional information about these companies, view the latest issue of Glass Worldwide in the Digital Archive (sponsored by FIC) at  https://www.glassworldwide.co.uk/Digital-Issues and the Who’s Who / Annual Review yearbook.

NB: Presentations do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Chameleon Business Media Ltd or Glass Worldwide, any of its staff, contributing consultants or sponsors.
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IMCAS World Congress 2022(Booth No. P137)

Jun 3 2022

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IMCAS World Congress 2022(Booth No. P137)

Date: June 3, 2022 12:00 AM

Location: Paris Palais des Congrès

Elastic Lab will participate in IMCAS World Congress 2022 in Pairs. Although it is difficult to meet face-to-face due to COVID-19, Elastic Lab's CEO and manager participate in this exhibition to meet buyers around the world. 

-Date : 3 - 5, JUN, 2022 (postponed from 27-29, JAN, 2022)
-Booth No. : P137
-Exhibition site :  IMCAS - Dermatology & Plastic Surgery
 
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Save the Date for NASBITE’s 2022 Exporters Roundtable: Feb 9th ‘Logistics Challenges

Feb 9 2022

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Save the Date for NASBITE’s 2022 Exporters Roundtable: Feb 9th ‘Logistics Challenges

Date: February 9, 2022 5:00 AM

Location: online

NASBITE is offering a free webinar on Feb 9th at 12 pm EDT. The topic of this webinar is  "Logistics Challenges- Is there a light at the end of the loading dock?" If you are looking for insights and updates from seasoned transportation and logistic professionals, you won't want to miss this event!
  NASBITE International, is hosting a free webinar on February 9th from noon to 1:30 pm EDT. The topic of this 2022 Exporters Roundtable is  “Logistics Challenges- Is there a light at the end of the loading dock?”
The impact of the COVID pandemic, aligned with local, national and international actions have created unprecedented logistical challenges that business owners and managers today are forced to reconcile. Attend this panel session to secure insights, updates, potential navigation tips and solutions from seasoned transportation and logistic professionals and company reps working to guide their business forward.
NASBITE is the leading authority and industry standard for global business education, trade credentialing, training and practice. If you are looking to learn more about how to do business in a post-COVID world, you won’t want to miss this opportunity.
NASBITE events are known for their “take-away” value and networking opportunities. Registrants not only share and learn from the discussion, but also have the opportunity to network with peers, find out the latest in international business, hear about best practices in trade education and trade assistance, and discover new skills and approaches in export development and marketing.
Additional session details and registration information will be made available in early January 2022. For now, mark  February 9th on your calendars for this great event!
NASBITE International is committed to advancing international trade by acknowledging professionals in the field who have demonstrated excellence in developing innovative programs and practices that improve international trade through its annual awards program.
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DK Milk, Tough Negotiator in a Risky Business

Jan 28 2022

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DK Milk, Tough Negotiator in a Risky Business

Date: January 28, 2022 11:00 PM

Tough negotiator in a risky industry

Daisy Krongaard dairy products worth millions every day in her business DK Milk.   PORTRAIT By Malene Severinsen   The four-wheel drive German ear in the parking lot has got the company of a little red sports ear. Something tells me that the fast red thing also belongs to the DK Milk A/S CEO. ·'Yes. I got it at a good price. but the dogs prefer the spacious four-wheel      d rive, Daisy Krongaard smiles. The ice blue eyes and the blond hair automatically make you think of an iee queen. One who knows what she wants. One who I'm sure the Mercedes dealer still remembers. And one I'm sure he doesn't want to sell a ear to again. Because the price was haggled all the way through the floor. One who keeps her cool when a few millions are lost to exchange losses. One who does what it takes. Even if it creates more enemies than friends. One who recommends her financial adviser as the right person to talk to for input on this portrait. However, he isn't allowed to say anything (the bank says), so the turn goes to former eolleague Nitesh Pal, who has known Daisy Kronggard for more than 15 years.  
Tough industry
·'She is very sharp and very skilled. A tough negotiator who knows the business. lf s good we're not in the same business," Nitesh Pal. who sells fish and seafood in Nordic Seafood, says and smiles. He adds that she talks a lot, but that she deflates every blonde joke. "She is really smart and knows how to talk to people. She has succeeded in a very tough industry," Nitesh Pal says. She is both accommodating and friendly. but the ice blue eyes are razor sharp. And she is well -prepared. Daisy Krongaard has built a global trading company anchored in trading with dairy products. She is trained and practically grew up in the business. About ten years ago, she decided to go solo and in 2009 her business was awarded the Gazelle award by Børsen. "I was doing well and was sure that I eould do it even better on my own. When you're using your talent, doing what you do is fun." the CEO, who is a farmer's daughter from Haderslev, explains. The slim woman with typical Scandinavian features attracts attention in the markets DK Milk enters. Especially North Africa and the Far East. But she pays no attention to that. Business relationships all over the world are Daisy Krongaard 's fundament nowadays. Betting all on your career has consequences. What 's your biggest career sacrifice ? "My personal energy. But I don't mind that. I haven't got a family yet, but I'm not so sure that my life was meant for that. As a single person. you automatically give everything to your business. " the CEO, whose normal workdays are eight to ten hours, says.
But she doesn’t bring work with her to her house by the sea in Blokhus anymore. Her body started protesting, and Daisy Krongaard made some changes to her lifestyle. She still travels a lot dealing with both suppliers and customers. "I have chosen a lifestyle with the entire world as my office and I use it all the time. It's a lifestyle of many business trips and it's very fulfilling to be out in the world," the CEO, who has trouble seeing herself in a traditional Danish couple relationship, says. "'It seems limiting. For me, if s important to give each other room to develop together, but also apart." Daisy Krongaard says.  
Took care of the deal herself
When several different advisors gave her different advice on granite and marble for the vacation home she was building, Daisy Krongaard took care of the deal herseIf. "I went round to the factories in Italy who make these rocks and got the answers I needed." she says. When not on business. Daisy Krongaard loves travelling to Thailand where she charges her batteries by the sea. In countries she visits at least twice a year. she stores luggage at the hotels. "Therefore, I only travel with carry on. That way I can avoid the stress of packing and spending unnecessary time waiting for my luggage," she explains. The spiritual world and astrology also play a part in the CEO's life. "I don't run my business according to it, but I'm very conscious about spirituality and astrology. For me personally, they are great tools for navigating through life." Daisy Krongaard says.  
Trading house in ruins due to failures
Linas Agro has been hit by supplier failure, expensive raw materials and fraud. Together, they have deflated the company.   COMMERCE By Malene Severinsen   The misfortunes line up at Linas Agro A/S in Aalborg. A big red bottom line of almost DKK 50 million has knocked the trading house to the ground that is sent to census by failing deliveries, increasing raw material prices and a business partner who has cheated the off millions. "Our parent company has bought all the shares in the company and we have changed our structure so that we no longer sell the majority of our raw materials. but instead at as an agent to Linas Agro in Lithuania,'" says CEO Henrik Klindt Petersen, who has sold his 40% shareholdings to AB Linas Agro.  
Empty moneybox
Still, the Lithuanian parent company has been forced to restore equity in the ordic trading house as a loss of DKK 49.6 million i n 2010/2011 has emptied the compan y's moneybox. Linas Agro, former Rosenkrantz N S. has specialised in grain and feed wholesale and vegetable oils. In 2010/2011 the Danish company ·s market share decreased by approx. 25% to 750,000 tons, but increasing prices on raw materials have maintained the turnover. which lands on DKK 1.3 million. In return, problems have lined up at the bottom line. Particularly supplier failure has brought Linas Agro down for the count. Annulments and failing raw material deliveries from alread y signed contracts in the Balkan area
have been costly. Because it has forced the        ordic trading house to buy its raw materials somewhere else to be able to fulfil its sales contracts.  
Expensive to buy
'·We have completed all our deliveries, but it has been expensive to buy in a market where the prices on raw materials have been increasing," Henrik Klindt Petersen explains. DK Milk A/S in Nørresundby that specializes in global trading of bulk dairy prod uets has noticed an increase in raw material prices. "We expect the same development in 201 2,'. Daisy Krongaard says. The DK Milk CEO has managed to buoy up her eamings and expects a surplus of DKK 2.2 million in 2010/201 1. which is on par with last year. At Linas Agro, a not only volatile price on raw materials has put pressure on the company. A long-standing business partner has in the last financial statement swindled the company out of several millions by issuing false warehouse receipts in connection with pre-payments. When you look back on last year. is there anything you could have done differently? "We haven't done anything different than the previous years. Our risk management has been as strong as always, but we should have been more cautious towards our suppliers." says Henrik Klindt Petersen.  
Lower turnover
The CEO stresses that the company has followed its customary procedures. '·We haven't speculated in a way that might have exposed us on purpose," he says. In his new role as 100% owned subsidiary and sales agent to the Linas Agro Group, the Danish business must wave goodbye its million -dollar tumover. However, the CEO does not want to comment on how m uch Jess the revenue might be.  
Beliefs in a stable year despite fluctuations
EXPORT By Malene Severinsen   CEO Daisy Krongaard expects 201 2 to be a good year for DK Milk A/S. even if the radar has gone red. "It will be a year with focus on management of large and sudden market fluctuations, which will require flexibility and timely care of the organisation." says the CEO who has grossed well over DKK 6 million in the trading house in Nørresundby in the last two years.  
Looking overseas
In addition, exchange rate management will play a major part in safe navigation, Daisy Krongaard adds. She hardly expects Europe to be a growth area in 2012. which causes DK Milk to look overseas.  
The Euro will be a leverage
·'Exports to other countries must be a priority, especially as the increasingly strong dollar in 2012 in relation to the Euro is a lever for increased exports," is Daisy Krongaard 's assessment.
The two Danish trading houses Nowaco A/S in Aalborg and Kangamiut Seafood A/S in Dronninglund, who both specialise in food, are looking further to achieve growth. For these companies, Africa, among others, is on the radar.  
Risky trade worth billions
SPECULA TIONS By Malene Severinsen   Massive market speculations increase the risk and forces Danish trading houses to be on their toes. "The market is more brutal and volatile as a result of tremendous raw material price fluctuations, and it has been costly to Linas Agro. Suppliers' failures forced the trading house turn to the market to buy stock for their signed sales contracts. and it was an expensive shopping trip as prices had increased significantly. '·On top of that, exchange rates have fluctuated more extremely than before;' says Henrik Klindt Petersen. At the DK Milk A/S trading house in Nørresundby, specializing in dairy products. CEO Daisy Krongaard has another dark horse on her radar. "Another major theme of 2012 will be the oil price as dairy commodities have followed oil prices very closely and are expected to do so also in 2012. However, we expect the OPEC countries and USA to prepare for a price increase due to the situation in Iran to help achieve a better global economy," Daisy Krongaard assesses. Financing has also become much more difficult in the vulnerable market. "Globally it 's a difficult market to get financing for. The banks are not particularly willing to issue loans. It has become more difficult to finance commodity trading in a sensible way," Henrik Klindt Petersen notes.  
Consolidation
According to the CEO, this means that more companies will be looking to consolidate. "Some trading houses close down, while others work together. At the moment, the business is known as very volatile and that forces many to consolidate," Henrik Klindt Petersen explains. Among other things, there are uncertainties regarding supply and demand. which makes the market uncertain, he adds.
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Rencol’s Detent hinges lower costs, weight and improve access

Jan 28 2022

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Rencol’s Detent hinges lower costs, weight and improve access

Date: January 28, 2022 2:26 PM

Detent hinges combine several important functions in one discreet package. The primary function is to allow a door or access panel to be installed in a cabinet or enclosure, while the secondary function is to hold doors open at a predetermined angle, or multiple predetermined angles, hands-free, and without the need for additional mechanical support from a gas spring or folding latch mechanism.  
 
This integral locking feature has several benefits. Firstly, no additional hardware is required to hold the door open. This lowers overall the overall cost, and lowers weight. Furthermore, the absence of additional hardware provides much better access to the cabinet or enclosure – often vital for tight electrical enclosures and machine control panels.  
 
Detent hinges are generally more suited to mounting lightweight panels. A typical panel will be plastic, composite or aluminium sheet. In these situations, detent hinges are the optimal choice. Weight and cost are kept low, there are fewer components to maintain and service, and better access is provided.  
 
Rencol’s  detent hinges are available with pre-set detents at various angles, including 0°, 80°, 115° or 150°. Also available is a triple detent hinge with three pre-set detent angles at 0°, 120° and 170°. All hinges are manufactured from a durable thermoplastic and come complete with caps to provide tamper-resistance and protection from contaminants. 
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Rencol’s positioning hinges save space, expense, & improve access

Jan 27 2022

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Rencol’s positioning hinges save space, expense, & improve access

Date: January 27, 2022 2:16 PM

Positioning hinges are an efficient, compact and money saving solution to enclosure and cabinet access. Like our detent hinges, our torque positioning hinges combine several useful features in a single device.  

Torque hinges (also known as friction hinges) obtain their name from the constant or adjustable torque (or friction) in the hinge mechanism. This torque affects the relative force required to open and close a door. The friction allows doors to be held open, hands free, and without additional components such as gas struts. This makes installation simpler and less expensive. Access is improved because no extra components are required to hold the door open.  

Rencol offers two types of positioning hinge:  a constant torque positioning hinge and  an adjustable torque positioning hinge. As the name suggests, our constant torque positioning hinge has constant torque throughout its full range of motion. This constant torque enables cabinet and enclosure doors to remain open at a position that is convenient to the user. Furthermore, this hinge’s die cast aluminium hinge leafs, stainless steel pin and powder coated black finish make it strong and durable while remaining lightweight.  

Our adjustable torque positioning hinge is a versatile positioning hinge with fully adjustable torque. An adjustment screw ensures complete control over the frictional holding torque. Adjusting the screw changes the level of resistance required to open and close the hinge, thus enabling lids, doors, and panels to be held open at any angle. Once adjusted, the positioning torque stays consistent throughout the full range of motion. The acetal polymer construction, plus zinc plated screw and polycarbonate pin ensure this hinge is both lightweight and strong. 
Friction hinges are commonly used on doors, hatches and access panels on cabinets and enclosures for IT and telecoms equipment, HVAC, manufacturing machinery and processing & packaging equipment. 

Rencol holds substantial stocks at our Bristol warehouse, our minimum order quantities are low, and we pride ourselves on offering exceptional value for money. Speak to our technical sales team for price, availability, and technical advice for your application.  
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Spring plungers; simple components with endless applications

Jan 27 2022

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Spring plungers; simple components with endless applications

Date: January 27, 2022 2:24 AM

From locking, to locating and indexing, positioning and clamping, to securing, ejecting, notching and dampening, a  spring plunger is a vital component in the design engineer’s toolbox.  

Spring plungers are simple devices and consist of only three components: a body, spring, and ball. The body is typically manufactured from steel or stainless steel, and threaded, enabling quick and secure installation in any orientation.  

Spring plungers allow for accurate, repeatable, and rapid adjustments on a variety of platforms, fixtures, and furniture. The basic function of a spring plunger is achieved by the internal spring which maintains a constant force on a steel or stainless-steel ball, thereby always ensuring the ball remains in an extended or retracted position.  

In most cases a notch or series of notches is present in the counterpart. In this case the ball will remain in the retracted position until it meets a notch in the counterpart, then the spring force will push the ball into the notch and create a temporary ‘lock’ until sufficient lateral force is applied to compress the spring, retract the ball, and allow the object to move again. This ball and spring combination ensures wear on the counterpart is minimised, and maintenance is virtually zero.
  
Rencol’s spring plungers are available in steel and stainless steel, in metric sizes from M3 up M20. Our clients include manufacturers of gym equipment, medical aids, catering equipment, conveyors, aerospace, defence, automotive. We hold large stocks at our distribution centre in Bristol – all ready to ship to our clients in just 48 hours. 
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Rencol’s latches close the door on dust, water, noise & vibration

Jan 27 2022

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Rencol’s latches close the door on dust, water, noise & vibration

Date: January 27, 2022 2:20 AM

Rencol’s  compression latches are a secure, robust solution to holding doors, drawers, panels and hatches closed. Compression latches are used in a wide range of industries, from machine building to electrical enclosures and vehicle construction.

The benefit of a compression latch is its ability to hold doors firmly closed – effectively sealing against dust and water, and eliminating noise and vibration.  

Rencol has selected a durable black powder coated die cast zinc for the body of the latch, and a zinc plated steel adjustment screw to ensure the latch adapts to various cabinet sizes and configurations.  

Designed primarily for enclosures and cabinets with panels constructed from metal, composite and wood, Rencol’s lever latches are quick to install and intuitive to operate.  

Rencol says “These are exceptionally well finished products; not only do they repeatedly and reliably, lock, latch and unlock, they do so with a user friendly and ergonomic lever mechanism – all accompanied by a satisfying ‘clunk’ when opening and closing”. 

Variations with and without a keyed lock are available now from stock, and many more  enclosure locks, latches and cam locks are offered on their website
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ANACAM EXPO 2021

Jan 25 2022

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ANACAM EXPO 2021

Date: January 25, 2022 11:00 PM

Emanuele Emiliani (CEO DMG) during A NACAM EXPO 2021 tells us about the "touchless" opportunity as an ally in the fight against viruses in the elevator.
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Which materials does S & S Hinge use in its manufacturing process?

Jan 25 2022

Materials we use in our manufacturing process.

Which materials does S & S Hinge use in its manufacturing process?

Date: January 25, 2022 3:41 PM

Which materials does S&S use in its manufacturing process?
         S&S manufactures stock hinges in the following metals and gauge ranges:
               • Steel and stainless steel in .035 through .070 gauges
               • Aluminum in .040 through .060 gauges
               • Brite-annealed stainless steel and Pre-plated brass & nickel in .040.
S&S manufactures aluminum in .070 and pre-anodized aluminum in .040 when weight minimums are met.
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Chinese New Year Holiday Arrangement

Jan 24 2022

Chinese New Year Holiday Arrangement

Chinese New Year Holiday Arrangement

Date: January 24, 2022 6:14 AM

Our Office will be closed from January 25th to February 7th for Chinese Year Holiday of 2022(The year of Tiger). Wish you all the best!
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Get the essence of our next generation vacuum & gassing system featuring the market’s highest efficiency and lowest residual oxygen as well as the highest standard in cleanability.
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Jorgensen Engineering, Laser printer webinar

Jan 21 2022

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Jorgensen Engineering, Laser printer webinar

Date: January 21, 2022 8:57 AM

New flexible laser printer, capable of high quality printing on multiple types of surfaces.
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Jorgensen Engineering,  Better decision-making with simulation

Jan 21 2022

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Jorgensen Engineering, Better decision-making with simulation

Date: January 21, 2022 8:54 AM

Better decision-making with simulation

"We program PLC and robot software on a virtual platform — Digital Twin — before the physical twin is assembled. This reduces manufacturing time as our automation team is working in parallel with our mechanical team, letting us finish the physical equipment simultaneously with the software that runs it.
We use the risk free environment to assist our customers' decision-making by testing and exploring different "what-if" scenarios. In order to save time and money, and with insight into dynamics without putting production at risk."
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Jorgensen Engineering, Rockwell Gold  OEM Partner

Jan 21 2022

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Jorgensen Engineering, Rockwell Gold OEM Partner

Date: January 21, 2022 8:50 AM

We are delighted to announce that we have been recognised as a "Rockwell Automation GOLD OEM Partner".
GOLD OEM Partners provide high quality, innovative machines that use Rockwell Automation solutions to give customers the most innovative solutions. And the world's largest industrial automation company welcomes Jorgensen:
"We are delighted to welcome Jorgensen Engineering into the Rockwell Automation family. This highly respected package handling specialist joins our PartnerNetwork as a GOLD OEM Partner. Welcome on board!"
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A speed talk on high-speed EV-battery handling

Jan 21 2022

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A speed talk on high-speed EV-battery handling

Date: January 21, 2022 8:45 AM

A speed talk on high-speed EV battery handling
The EV revolution keeps advancing across the world, but will there be enough batteries to match the green car industry’s exponential growth? To meet the accelerating battery demand Jorgensen Engineering has developed high-speed, high volume handling systems for EV battery cells. Get the essence in this speed talk on high performance handling systems for battery […]
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DK Milk, On High Heels in a Fierce Competition

Jan 21 2022

DK Milk, On High Heels in a Fierce Competition

DK Milk, On High Heels in a Fierce Competition

Date: January 21, 2022 7:24 AM

On high heels in fierce competition
Daisy Krongaard has built a global trading com pany from the ground up . Part of the recipe is not thinking like a man .
 
BY MALEN E SEVERINSEN
 
Five-y ear-old Daisy Krongaard is sitting at the kitchen table on her farm in Haderslev. Her father is talking about interests. something that has to be paid. But he seems to have got it wrong .
"Dad, interest is something y ou get,'·says the young lady.
The stiletto heels slam down and send sound waves across the parking lot. With determined steps at a pace that instils respect in people who know about high heels, Daisy Krongaard heads for the four-wheel BMW drive.
From the address in  Nørresundby , she runs dairy product deals worth
mill ions to all over the world and DK Milk A/S has secured her a place in Børsen´s Gazelles newspaper of 2009.
 
CEO Daisy Krongaard is probably the only woman in the world who can pur her capacity as CEO and majority shareholder of a global dairy business trading company on her business card. And she has built it by herself - all the way from scratch.
And it draws the attention of a lot of the  business markets, such as N orth Africa and the Middle East.
'·80% her work, 10% timing, 1 0% luck and stern cost control."
The CEO juggles coffee and documents before she takes her seat i n the meeting room. Well prepared. I haven ·1 asked the first question yet, but the explanation to Daisy Krongaard 's latest success has already been given.
 
"And I wouldn't dream of buying anything that I can"t sell for more at a later stage," she adds laughing. She has tumed 40 she says. and then we will  not talk about age anymore. But what is good  leadership to the CEO?
Every person is unique
''Leadership is exciting and every person is unique . Trading business need people who can think by themselves all the way from A to Z, also in stressful situation. I am rather demanding I think , as we all know that women generally are. And that means that my employees are positively challenged. But good leadership is ultimately when people reach a higher level than they thought they could reach. But that  rarely happens without some initial resistance. Good coaching is also to getting people to fight more and better. For example, a no from a potential customer is not  good enough. Affecting people and bringing out more fighter i nstinct, watching them grow with the task.'"
 
Wh at ha s s urpri s ed you the most about be ing a wo man in this position ?
'·That it is expected of women to alway s be polite and smiling. It is more acceptable for a man to be tough, not to smile and at times be a "stupid pig'"."
 
Whe re d o y ou g e t y our leader s hip in s p i ration ?
·'From my business network of 20 years. Lately I have become very close with architects and designers. That's a totally different platform. And from my travels. I travel up to 120 days per year and I meet a lot of exciting people. The more open you are, the more you get in return. And it is my belief that women are more attentive than men in general.
 
They pick up on more signals around them. Some men still have trouble maintaining  their facade , not losing face. Women are perhaps not so afraid of being seen through or of being more open and seeking," Daisy Krongaard says.
Fighting authorities
The adventure is a major motivator for the CEO who very seldom gets scared - neither when she is travelling in South Africa on her own amongst corrupted customers and authorities, or when bombs go off during a business trip to Algeria , or when millions fly through  the room  during a negotiation . About ten years ago, she went to South Africa on her own to fight the African authorities to get 200 tons of confiscated milk powder out of the country again. The DKK 1.8 million worth products were returned.
Daisy Krongaard knows that she is different from all the other men in business suits and uses it to her advantage.
·'The first ten years was a "party" in a male dominated world . 1And   I enjoyed the attention I got because I was a woman. In the last ten years, I have seen through the men and I miss having more women on the scene. When a man says he will buy 500 tons. in reality he 's only buying about 200 tons,"' she says.
 
Up close with Daisy Krongaard
Leader
BY MALENE SEVERINSEN
 
Daisy Krongaard is building her vacation home on a lot in Aarhus overlooking the Kalø castle ruins.
"I just came out of a four-year  relationship abroad and I 'm now creating a wider base here in Denmark ," she openly says.
She hasn't  found a new sweetheart  yet, but  she's willing  to make  room  for  him.
 
 
Daisy Krongaard is a cancer and interested in both astrology and clairvoyance.
She uses clairvoyance whenever she has to make a tough decision - to see if she's on the right track.
Even if you are successful in your career and you have a good financial situation. it's not always enough and fulfilling in all aspects of your life. I have used clairvoyance in times when I have been strong, so I guess you could say that I have been using it backwards ," she explains .
      Daisy Krongaard is aware of her life and her freedom .
We only get one life and it is possible to have champagne on other days than Saturdays. Sunsets and presence can be enjoyed all year round. It's fantastic to have all these opportunities. It's '·earned'. freedom on all fronts. But my drive has grown. Creating. Seeing something grow and flourish. Being a cancer, motherhood is in my genes. For now, the business and the projects are my babies," she says.
And she is born with a sense of business.
"I guess you  could say that I try to maximize and use it to the full!. When you've been raised on a farm, you learn that there is close link  between  action, consequence and subsequent costs," Daisy Krongaard says.
 
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Motor and system failure of rebar bender

Jan 21 2022

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Motor and system failure of rebar bender

Date: January 21, 2022 5:51 AM

Any equipment will have a relevant service life. Once the time is up, failures will inevitably occur. Of course, rebar bender is also the same during use. The occurrence of failures not only delays production efficiency, but also brings more to the enterprise. Therefore, for some minor failure problems, we can choose to learn related solutions to reduce the economic expenditure of rebar bender. Then, what are the failures that will occur during the use of rebar bender?
 
Motor failure
If rebar bender cannot be turned on, it will not operate correctly, or the motor cannot be shaken, it does not respond, or it stops suddenly after it is turned on. There are two similar situations. There are two processing and reasoning methods. Replace the motor or use professional testing. tool. Then check whether the transmission parts are stuck when rebar bender is working.
 
Control system failure
Rebar bender can operate normally, but the processing accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and there is often an offset. For this, we can habitually see whether the running parts are loose. Sometimes there will be abnormal noises from the left and right turning keys, or it cannot be classified in a normal way. It is likely that the parts are loose or damaged. During the halving process, if the shearing equipment fails to cut effectively, this needs to be done. Understand whether the equipment such as the stroke limit switch easy eccentric wheel set by the shearing machine can operate normally.
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A large part of the total scrap of rebar cutter is caused by poor lubrication and cooling. Therefore, the gears, bearings and sliders in the rebar cutting require good lubrication. Lubrication can reduce the friction loss and wear of the relative motion contact surface, and play a role in cooling and heat dissipation, rust prevention and removal of wear debris. The lubricating oil film between the contact surfaces can also alleviate the impact, reduce vibration and noise.
 
When the rolling bearings and sliding bearings in rebar cutter are poorly lubricated, it will cause the gluing of the bearing components, or the rolling elements will be tempered due to the high friction temperature, which will cause the bearing to fail. From the perspective of lubrication and heat dissipation, the rolling bearing in rebar cutter has a better lubrication effect.
 
The gears, rolling bearings and sliding bearings in rebar cutter are all lubricated with oil, so the type and viscosity of the lubricating oil are mainly determined according to the lubrication requirements of the gear transmission. In addition, the gears during cutting also have the function of slinging oil, so that the parts in rebar cutter are fully lubricated. However, it should be noted that when working under low temperature conditions, the lubricating oil should have sufficient fluidity so that the lubricating oil can flow into the bearing through the shaft hole and the oil groove to ensure the lubrication of the bearing.
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Precautions I when using portable rebar cutters

Jan 20 2022

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Precautions I when using portable rebar cutters

Date: January 20, 2022 7:09 AM

Warn:
 
1. Do not use rebar cutter for purposes other than those described in the instruction manual.
 
2. Please follow the instructions for correct operation and safe operation. Do not let children, people who do not understand the correct use and people who do not operate the cutting machine use it. At the same time, for professional users and production operators, please use it after receiving the use knowledge and related operation training. Anyone who has not used the knowledge and training is prohibited from using the steel cutting machine to perform operations.
 
3. Because moisture will reduce the insulation of the motor and cause electric shock, please do not cut rebar in the rain, damp places, places with water, or places where water or oil is easy to enter the machine.
 
4. In order to prevent electric shock accidents, please use the power supply through the leakage circuit breaker. In addition, in addition to double insulation, please be sure to install the correct grounding "ground wire".
 
5. When using it on the outer frame of pipes, heating appliances, microwave ovens, water tanks, etc., please do not let your body touch objects that are grounded "ground wires".
 
6. Please fully keep the workbench and workplace bright, and always pay attention to clean up and rectify. Scattered places will become the cause of accidents.
 
7. Rectification sparks may occur during the use of rebar cutter, and sparks may also occur when the switch is opened and closed. Therefore, there are paints, coatings, volatile oil, gasoline, gas, adhesives and other substances that may cause fire or explosion. It is dangerous to work in the place, please do not use it. At the same time, please stop using it in closed rooms, tunnels and other places with poor ventilation.
 
8. Except for the operating personnel, other unrelated personnel, especially children, do not approach the workplace, and do not touch power tools and wires.
 
9. Please wear appropriate clothes for the operation. Do not wear bulky clothes, clothes with open cuffs, towels wrapped around your head, knitted gloves, ties, necklaces and other decorations, etc., which may be involved in the rotation of the machine Part, which is dangerous.
 
10. For safety, please wear a helmet and safety shoes with rubber soles.
 
11. To protect your eyes during operation, please use protective goggles. In addition, in dusty places, please use dust masks and dust collectors at the same time.
 
12. Please use the designated pure parts for the blade, and please use new or as new products without damage or defects. Products other than those specified may cause accidents, please do not use them. In addition, if there is a limit of use, please use it within the scope of use.
 
13. For the installation of blades and accessories, please use the designated tools in a proper position and use the designated tools to perform correctly. Undertightening or over-tightening are dangerous. At the same time, the cover and screws that are installed have their own important functions, please do not remove them.
 
14. Before operation, please confirm that the screws are not loose or fall off. If they are loose, please tighten them, and repair them when they fall off.
 
15. Please put away the screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers and other tools used in the installation and inspection of blades and other parts in time. If you forget to remove them, they may fly apart during startup and cause other accidents. Please reconfirm before starting. In addition, rotation fixtures, etc. must also be reconfirmed before light-load operation.
 
16. Please use the voltage indicated on the label for the power supply. If a voltage exceeding the indicated voltage is used, the rotation of the motor will become abnormally high speed, which may damage the motor, machine body, blades, etc., and cause danger. Conversely, the use of low voltage will also become the cause of motor failure.
 
17. Before inserting the plug into the power supply, please confirm whether the switch is disconnected to avoid sudden start of the machine.
 
18. Do not move the machine when the plug is connected to the power source. Even if you don't put your finger on the switch, if clothes or other things hang on the switch and close the switch by mistake, it will cause an accident.
 
19. Please always pay attention to the soles of your feet and work in a stable posture. Working in an inappropriate state will bring danger.
 
20. If the machine is found to be in poor condition or abnormal during use, please stop the operation immediately and take it out for inspection and repair.
 
21. Do not use the machine and accessories outside the scope of its use capacity, and do not perform excessive operations. Improper operation not only causes damage to the machine, but also is dangerous, please avoid it.
 
22. When the machine is running, please don't touch the blade, rotating parts and cutting chips, and don't put your hands and face close to it.
 
23. When replacing knives, consumables, parts, cleaning, inspection, and power failure after use, please be sure to turn off the switch and unplug the plug from the power supply.
 
24. In order to be able to use it frequently and safely and efficiently, please conduct regular inspections. If repairs are required, please do not hand over the machine to a person who does not have repair knowledge and skills. When checking and repairing, please find the store or manufacturer where you purchased it. In addition, be sure to use designated parts when replacing parts.
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