Fastems, Pepperl+Fuchs, Schneider Electric and Texas Instruments join Orgalim for Corporates

15 October 2021

A unique network of forward-looking m...

A unique network of forward-looking manufacturing leaders, with access to valuable insights and influence on the EU industry agenda

Four new companies have joined Orgalim for Corporates this week: Fastems, Pepperl+Fuchs, Schneider Electric and Texas Instruments. They join the ranks of Eaton that became part of the Orgalim for Corporates programme earlier in the year.

"I am delighted to welcome these four new companies on board", says Malte Lohan, Orgalim's Director General. "This further outlines the opportunity for manufacturing leaders and Orgalim to work together on our industries' shared priorities".

Orgalim for Corporates offers a unique opportunity for industry leaders to collaborate in a safe, pre-competitive environment, set the industry agenda, and build their thought leadership and reputation.

"With more than 50 years of R&D and manufacturing of semiconductors in Europe, Texas Instruments is delighted to be part of the Orgalim community", says Stefan Bruder, TI EMEA President, "we are looking forward to contributing jointly with many of our industry partners to make manufacturing in Europe more innovative, sustainable and competitive"

  Having these four new companies on board further outlines the opportunity for manufacturing leaders and Orgalim to work together on our industries' shared priorities. 

Malte Lohan

These four new members come to reinforce Orgalim's ability to connect with the expertise of leading European technology manufacturers.

"As a leading automation supplier we highly appreciate the opportunity to network with the leading manufacturers in the EU", comments Mikko Nyman, CEO Fastems. "We also take seriously the call to have an impact on the future of the industry".

The four organisations will join the Executive Forum for Advanced Manufacturing. The Executive Forum is a limited membership forum bringing together high-level executives across manufacturing sectors to connect, access valuable insights and influence the industry agenda. The Executive Forum serves as an advisory forum to Orgalim's Board of Directors and gathers company leaders shaping today’s industrial transformation, including green and digital transition.

"I am excited to see this programme take shape", concludes Malte Lohan “I look forward to welcoming more organisation into our Orgalim for Corporate programme soon. Stay tuned!".

 

For more information, or to join Orgalim for Corporates and the Executive Forum, please contact Malte Lohan at malte.lohan@orgalim.eu

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