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SPS Fair 2016
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The SPS IPC Drives Fair, is our most important industry fair of the year and for the sixth consecutive year we are participating with our technology that are guaranteed to maximize your operational performance.

This year we would like to explore our application knowhow and express the importance of having experience from many different application and grid conditions. We have today installations in 48+ countries, this given us valuable data to make our ADF Power Tuning products robust and reliable in connection to any type of grid condition. Come visit us at Hall 1, stand 338 in Nuremberg and we will guide you through the importance of power quality and our product portfolio.

Join us for dinner

After an exciting first day at SPS we are going out for a nice dinner and we want you to join us!
Please send in your notification to  as soon as possible.

 *Limited No. of seats available

We now welcome Matilda Sikora to the Sales team and Sankar Ramasamy to the Service team!

SankarIn recent years, the power quality market and demand for ADF Power Tuning has grown significantly. To better serve our customers around the world, Sankar Ramasamy will act as our next Field Service Engineer. Sankar has more than 15 years of experience in various engineering functions—from industrial production and development to equipment installation and commissioning. He looks forward to utilizing his industrial knowledge to support ADF Power Tuning users around the globe. With experience working in countries such as India, Italy, Singapore, and Sweden, Sankar brings not only excellent engineering talent, but intercultural knowledge. 

Head of Service, Benny Håkansson says, “As a person, I think he has a can-do attitude and really wants to support. We know he will do everything he can to be a good service engineer for Comsys.”

MatildaAnd with a background in Sales and Marketing in Industrial Automation, Matilda will provide crucial support to the Sales team.

Welcome, Matilda and Sankar!

With just 10 days left until the big race, we want to take a look back at all that Team Rynkeby Lund has accomplished. 

From fundraisers, inspirational speeces, and intense training camps, we know this tough crew has everything it takes to stun us all on their race to Paris. Before we cheer them on, here a couple of moments to celebrate the journey.

Team Rynkeby Lund training

Team Rynkeby Lund cycling in the countryside

Team Rynkeby Lund happy riders

Team Rynkeby Lund take a break

Team Rynkeby Lund team picture


We wish you all the best of luck in the final stretch!

For more on Team Rynkeby, check back with us during the race.

Spring is in the air so that means training has moved from the stationary bikes to the outdoors. And as every day gets longer, so too do our training sessions. 

This weekend we participated in a training camp in Ängelholm at the Råbocka Campground. We kickstarted the weekend with  a 100km ride climbing 428 meters. And there was no rest on Saturday! The weekend continued with a 162km run climbing 1,278 meters. To cap everything off, we finished the weekend with a 98km ride on Sunday climbing 912 meters. This occasion marked the first chance for the service team to practice as well. 


With just 59 days left until the big day, we're pushing ourselves to the limit to do our best to race for Team Rynkeby. 

Follow us for more updates as our journey continues.


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