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Here you can find an overview of our latest news about our company as well as our cable glands and cable trunking systems.

Plant extension: Clear commitment to the location in Hückeswagen

With the purchase of the Magna Powertrain plant in the Hückeswagen Winterhagen industrial estate, PFLITSCH is also setting the course for the future in terms of space: This is where a competence center for the rapidly growing cable trunking product range will be established.

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PFLITSCH at the InnoTrans 2018

PFLITSCH will be exhibiting from 18.-21. September 2018. Four days in which mobility is brought into the focus and customers get more information about our fire protection cable glands.

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The new PFLITSCH Portal and Product Search extended functions

This month, PFLITSCH customers and others visiting our website will find two new features that have been designed to save them time and effort in their daily tasks. The PFLITSCH Portal replaces the long-familiar PFLITSCH Club. In addition, Product Search for cable glands has been further extended.

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PFLITSCH presents new products at HANNOVER MESSE

As part of HANNOVER MESSE, PFLITSCH is presenting two new products to the wider public for the first time. With the LevelEx® cable gland and the VARiOX® cable Trunking system, PFLITSCH is continuing to expand its product portfolio.

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SPS IPC Drives 2017: The digital transformation in focus

SPS IPC Drives is the leading trade fair and main point of contact for everyone interested in solutions for electronic automation. New records were set this year and the importance of the trade fair to the industry reconfirmed. With 1.675 exhibitors and 70.264 visitors both domestic and international, attendance at the trade fair exceeded last year's figures.

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MaxiCut to cut cable trunking

Machine tool saves precious preassembly time

Trunking is used in many areas of machine and plant engineering. The trunking bodies and covers have to be cut to length and lateral cut-outs made to suit the actual installation situation. As these preassembly tasks can represent up to 75 % of the total installation costs, there is great potential for rationalisation, which machine manufacturer SONOTRONIC has already exploited. 

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