Renewable energy industries account for 13% of Timken’s business, and that number continues to grow thanks to the diversity of its product portfolio. Groeneveld-BEKA’s Bernd Bertelmann talks about how automatic lubrication is helping drive the company’s growth in wind energy — contributing to a more sustainable world.
From freight wagons in the Arctic Circle to high-speed passenger trains, the rail industry has widely unique operating needs. Across continents, climates and technical requirements, Timken’s deep bearing expertise helps rail operators move people and products efficiently, reliably and sustainably.
Rollon telescopic rails now equip the battery boxes of every new electric bus in Russia. Pavel Vaganov explains how their linear motion expertise is being applied in a global EV bus market that is set to grow 13.9% CAGR by 2030.
U.S. Navy ships rely on Philadelphia Gear solutions. Here’s how one of Timken’s flagship power transmission brands applies 125+ years of expertise to meet the complex gearing needs of some of the toughest customers.
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.
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.
Timken® landing wheel bearings enable safe takeoffs and landings for nearly every commercial jet globally. When COVID-19 grounded most of the world’s fleet, the industry was charged with keeping planes airworthy, without flying.
Doug Lucas helped pioneer Timken’s wind energy business over the past 15 years. In a new technical article, he and Kuldeep Mistry compare the performance of two greases commonly used on wind turbine mainshaft bearings.
Whether growing a business or helping employees pursue their career goals, Timken leverages the technical expertise and diversity of its people to move everyone forward. Two leaders with a combined Timken tenure of 55 years reveal how the company’s collaborative culture creates opportunities for career growth on a global scale.
After confirmed success with steel, the innovative design of the Timken® ADAPT™ bearings offer similar opportunities for the paper industry.
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