New industrial revolution
is changing the industry

 

 


Embedded systems and wireless communication between
machines are paving the way for intelligent factories capable
of creating customised solutions at competitive prices.

 

 

 

Industrie 4.0 is what the fourth industrial revolution is called, a German initiative where the government has launched a major drive to make German industry the leader in smart factories.

 

 

Denmark is one of the countries at the forefront of this drive, but is facing the challenge of finding qualified manpower. The industry organisation DI ITEK is hoping for more political backing for the digitalisation of Danish industry.

 

 

Trade fairs prepare GPV for Industrie 4.0

The world faces a new industrial revolution, Industrie 4.0, and GPV will be in the forefront when the movement becomes a reality.

Consequently, GPV's team uses the season's trade fairs to keep up-to-date with the newest trends and technologies.

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GPV's building project in Bangkok enters its final phase

In Bangkok, GPV applies the finishing touches to the construction of its new electronics factory which sets new standards for construction in Thailand.

The factory's lean set-up secures GPV's customers an even more efficient production.

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Highest welding certification makes GPV a more complete supplier

Since the start of the year, GPV has had the authorisation to deliver and coordinate the most complex welding solutions for the railway industry.

The CL-1 certification offers new prospects for GPV's collaboration with major players such as Bombardier.

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Latest News

GPV wins the Golden Soldering Iron 2014

Wednesday 3 September GPV won the Golden Soldering Iron - "Den gyldne loddekolbe" that was awarded for the fifth time, and GPV gained the title of ' best Danish prototype producing company' this year. Anders Enggaard from Axcon handed over the Golden Soldering Iron to CEO of GPV International A/S, Bo Lybæk..

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GPV Annual Report 2013-14 out now

We have released our Annual Report for the fiscal year of 2013-14. The report can be obtained as pdf via this link or as hard copy by email to gpv@gpv.dk.

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Market analysis: Modest growth after consolidations

According to market analyst Peter Brent, Reed Electronics Research, sharp drop in demand for traditional electronicss, alongside global financial crisis, has led to structural changes within the Danish, EMS landscape. There are, however, good signs - especially in Scandinavia.

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