Acquisition of Premium Brand Rollon Adds Linear Motion to Timken Timken completed its acquisition of The Rollon Group in 2018, making a significant move into robotics and automation.

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"We’re more of a one-stop-shop than ever. Customers now have access to our decades of experience with tapered roller bearings, industrial bearings, chains, belts, couplings and other power transmission products—but also, now, linear motion solutions." Learn more about Timken‘s acquisition strategy.

Hans Landin Group Vice President
Industry in Motion

Six technologically advanced Timken® tapered roller bearings equip the 40-ton speed reducer in the Eiffel Tower’s north pillar elevator. It’s just one example of our presence in vertical lift applications. From grain elevators on the farm to hoists and cranes at major shipping ports, our engineered bearings help move people, products and materials around the world.

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Eiffel Tower
Paris, France
Industry in Motion

Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s retractable roof can open in just eight minutes, thanks in-part to Timken® tapered roller bearings. Forbes* coined it the “best ever” football stadium. We tend to agree.

*Robert Tuchman, Forbes Contributor

Mercedes Benz Stadium
Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A.

"We have thousands of unique parts you can buy from us. That’s evidence that Timken engineers have gone out and worked with customers on the problems they care about." Learn more about our customer-focused mindset.

Ryan Evans Director R&D, Bearings

“When you ask our customers that Timken is known for, they consistently say our quality. For Timken, our reputation for quality directly reflects the reliability and efficiency of our products, our processes and our people.”

Rich Kyle President and CEO

"Wherever technical innovations happen around the world, you always see a need for the right powertrain and friction management technology. Timken is uniquely able to solve for the most challenging applications."

Ajay Das vice president – strategy and business development