Year: 2020

Dr. Martin Thomaier named new Director / Swisslog positions as supplier of innovative technology

Buchs, 30 September 2020 – Dr. Martin Thomaier, 44, has been a member of the Management Board of Swisslog GmbH, Dortmund since July 2020. The mechanical engineer will now assume the role of Technical Director, working alongside Commercial Director Gerd Jennissen and Sales Director Heinz Ennen. Thomaier joined Swisslog in 2018 after his tenure at… Read more »

Dr. Martin Thomaier named new Director / Swisslog positions as supplier of innovative technology

FEM Cranes and Lifting Equipment launches Classification Guideline explaining the conversion from time-based to cycle based classification

Historically, FEM Guidelines and ISO standards have classified hoists and lifting equipment using time-based methods. In recent years, the cycle-based classification has become more and more common following the publication of the new EN 13001 series. During the Plenary Meeting 2020, FEM launched the FEM Classification Guideline N 9.521. On 20 pages, it offers many… Read more »

FEM Cranes and Lifting Equipment launches Classification Guideline explaining the conversion from time-based to cycle based classification

FEM Report 2018 – 2020

We are delighted to announce our newly published FEM Report 2018-2020. This report provides readers with a comprehensive overview of FEM’s wide range of activities and achievements over the past two years. You will read all about the key actions undertaken by the driving forces of FEM, including our Secretariat, Regulatory Committee and Task Forces,… Read more »

FEM Report 2018 – 2020

Reconfigurable radio systems: no need for hard legislation

There is no need for hard legislation on reconfigurable radio systems. This is essentially the message FEM conveyed in its reply to the Commission’s public consultation on the topic. This consultation is part of the impact assessment currently carried out by the European Commission and investigating the possible impacts of different policy options to ensure… Read more »

Reconfigurable radio systems: no need for hard legislation