In Tata Steel's foundry in Jamshedpur, India, the ladle cars move 300 meters front and back from one location to another to process the steel.
Electric mobility. You might think about a certain electric car from California but this is turning out to be a global movement.
Ampack is a German packaging technology company and not a typical Habia customer. Standard cables on stock from any supplier will work just fine in the machine building industry.
Mobile devices. We use them all the time and get really annoyed if we lose our connection for a couple of minutes. We can't believe that it doesn't work.
Actemium is a company specialising in building robots that perform really difficult and demanding work. In this case, inspecting large fuel tanks.
Tidal turbines, used to harness energy created from tides, is just one of the many sustainable technologies used to tap into earth’s immense resources.
If you’re operating a 60-ton tank, reliable communication is vital. Troops on the ground must be able to maintain situational awareness at all times.
Thanks to the foresight of our founder, Carl Herbert Jacobsson, Habia was one of the first companies in Europe to make use of Polytetrafluoroethylene - PTFE.