Building Climate Resilience Into Water Infrastructure In an era of climate volatility, it becomes increasingly important to upgrade infrastructure and make cities more efficient and resilient. Mike D’Angelo, U.S. national sales manager for Timken Power Systems, talks about the important work of ensuring uninterrupted potable water supplies to populations in need.

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Manufacturing a More Sustainable Future

Timken uses engineering and systems thinking in its own operations to build a more efficient and sustainable world for future generations. Timken’s manager of EHS systems in Poland explains how the plant uses air compressors to simultaneously manufacture products, heat buildings and reduce emissions.


Advancing R&D From the Inside Out

Adrienne Aquino, research and development advancement manager at Timken, discusses Timken’s Innovation Spotlight Program — an annual award initiative for achievements “behind the scenes” of R&D — and the perspective the 20-year company veteran brings to her new role.


Feeding the World Safely

Timken solutions make large-scale food production efficient for companies and safe for consumers. Senior Application Engineering Specialist Steve Boyd shares how Timken helps feed the world — and what makes the work so gratifying.


Co-Op: Shaping a Workforce for the Future

Every day, Timken engineering co-op students work with managers and mentors to solve important customer problems. In the process, they learn more about themselves and about what an engineering career can look like. Natasha Pollock, VP of HR, talks about the importance of co-ops for the company and the world.


At the Forefront of the Wind Energy Boom

Timken is investing US$75 million in renewable energy in 2021, with a significant portion of that investment going to its bearing plant in Xiangtan, China. General Manager Wei Wang talks about the importance of Xiangtan to Timken’s wind energy strategy—and what makes the facility stand out.