Over the years, Timken’s longstanding partnerships with United Way and Habitat for Humanity have inspired associates around the world to reach out in times of crisis and take the lead in their communities. 2020 was no exception.
Mike Kotzalas is known in the industry for co-authoring “the book on bearings,” among many other outstanding accomplishments. Empowering his team to go out and solve customer problems, however—that’s what really makes him proud. In a recent interview, we talked to him about his strategy to develop the next generation of bearing experts.
For many automated manufacturing facilities, six axes are no longer enough. The seventh axis gives robots greater range—enabling them to ‘walk’ across varying distances. Machine designers are increasingly integrating sophisticated Seventh Axis solutions from Rollon, a Timken company, into equipment that expertly produces everything from dishwashers to drivetrains. Here’s why.
Browse the complete PDF library for all Timken product catalogs and literature.
New skills. Better know-how. Deeper insights. Together, they make you – and your operations – stronger.
Visit the Catalog APP to help you select the right part for your application.
“This recognition reflects the ethical mindset of our 17,000-plus global associates and our ongoing commitment to growing our collective knowledge, advancing our sustainability efforts and promoting leadership inside and outside of our company.”
Richard G. Kyle, president and chief executive officer
We offer a portfolio of quality brands designed to improve the reliability and efficiency of industrial equipment and machinery that keep industry in motion.
Explore our brands.
Timken’s Philadelphia Gear to Supply Main Reduction Gears for U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier Program
Philadelphia Gear will provide engineering support for the MRGs at its technical center in King of Prussia, Pa. The cumulative value of the contract is in excess of $100 million, with delivery of the MRGs scheduled for 2025-2026.
Once commissioned, the Doris Miller will serve in the Navy’s Fleet into the 2080s.
Timken Awards Annual Scholarships to Develop Next Generation of Innovators and Leaders
Timken has awarded $25 million in scholarships to associates’ children since 1958. This year’s winners aspire to careers in which they will help others heal, develop sustainable technologies and represent their communities in government.
“We continue to prioritize everyone’s health and operate our business around the globe. This is critical because Timken products and services are vital to our customers around the world — from the farms and factories that produce our food, to the power plants that provide energy to our homes. Our customers, communities and other stakeholders are counting on us to keep industry in motion, and we will.”
Read more from President and CEO, Rich Kyle.