On November 1, 2020, Knick subsidiary Knick Schweiz AG takes over the product group Interface Technology in addition to product group Process Analytics. The Interface product group includes transmitters and transducers for demanding industrial applications.
Knick Interface is excited to announce that we have recently expanded our footprint in North America, in an effort to better assist with our customers’ electrical measurement applications. This has been achieved through four partnerships established with high-quality manufacturer representatives in Canada.
As a further milestone in strengthening international markets, Knick Elektronische Messgeräte GmbH & Co. KG founded the subsidiary Knick Schweiz AG on 20 March 2020 with operational headquarters in Zofingen. Christoph Häberli from Switzerland was appointed Managing Director.
How time flies. Already it is December and another year draws to an end. Here at Knick, 2019 has been year full of changes. Read on if you want to know what has been happening behind the scenes, as once again, we are looking back over the past 12 months.
It is estimated that every year on average about eight million metric tons of plastic end up in our world oceans. Most of it is being swept into the sea directly from land sources via estuaries.
“Our company is relatively new to the North American market. We opened our doors for business last April. Knick Interface was founded to bring Knick’s electrical interface technologies to the Northern American market; especially for customers that would see value with measurement or isolation of high voltages or have application needs for accurate conversions of non-standard output signals.”
Seven exhibitions, newly renovated offices and a special one-year anniversary – 2018 turned out to be an eventful and successful year here at Knick Elektronische Messgeräte in Berlin. We look back and remember the most important events of the past 12 months.
We are proud to announce our partnership with United Controls International (UCI). UCI has a long tradition of delivering relevant solutions for safe and efficient nuclear power plant operations globally.
It is pretty universally agreed upon that electro-technical products, used in critical or dangerous applications, pose no danger, themselves. There are, however, different assessments and approaches to reach an adequate level of safety. Users and manufacturers of such products are typically on the “safe” side, if they comply with recognized standards.
In the CHEManager – a German journal for chemistry and life science – Dr Volker Oestreich interviews Dr Dirk Steinmüller, Vice President Business Development at Knick in Berlin, about trends regarding process analytics.