Value of Engineering: Supporting Airlines for a Safe Return to Service 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.

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Value of Engineering: Supporting Airlines for a Safe Return to Service
Solving for Early Failure in Mainshaft Bearings Caleb Chovan, principal mechanical engineer supporting wind energy, talks about why the Tapered Double Inner (TDI) roller bearing is his favorite solution for wind turbine mainshafts.

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Solving for Early Failure in Mainshaft Bearings
Developing Experts and Careers: Timken Offers Diverse Perspectives and Shared Experiences 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.

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Developing Experts and Careers: Timken Offers Diverse Perspectives and Shared Experiences
Talent

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.

Sustainability

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.