We met up with the Axelent Safety group’s members in Copenhagen to get a sneak peek into what they are working on at the moment. But to also get a personal view on what safety means to them.
Ever since Axelent was founded 30 years ago, safety at our customers production facilities has been the number one priority. The Axelent Safety Groups aim is to increasing knowledge and remaining at the forefront of safety. Ensuring that our know-how benefits our customers in the best possible way.
From Hillerstorp to Sälen to Mora – Axelent is taking part in Cykelvasan 2019. Ninety kilometres of mountain bike for workers and Axelent-sponsored athletes.
The number of manually controlled machinery workstations has decreased considerably since the early 2000s. Automatization and robot applications keep pushing people from the shop floors around the world.
Communication skills, flexibility and perseverance are key to being a successful specification sales manager. Someone who knows this is Daniel Maxwell at Axelent Ltd in Swindon.
Axelent had been around for nine years, there were about 25 employees and only two were women. In 1999, the company was in its infancy, and in her first year, Cecilia Davidsson had already gotten a taste of the rapid development that would characterise the years ahead.
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