Lecture Borlange

Lecture Borlange

Lecture held for 40 becoming maintenance technicians

The future of Swedish industry is already here and the cooperation between the industry, school and suppliers strengthen us globally


Borlänge higher vocational school educates about 40 people each year, to become maintenance engineers in the process industries. It is estimated to be needed 5,000 skilled maintenance technicians per year in Sweden, and the education is adapted by the region's needs in the steel industry and paper industry and their suppliers. Nomo is a large and important partner and provides storage, transmission products, sealing technology and maintenance products extensively.


Half day with the next generation of technicians

Nomo regularly hold training for service technicians and maintenance personnel of the industry. Besides a lecture was held at Borlänge higher vocational school. ― To hold a lecture for the next generation of engineers and technicians is very inspiring. I experienced an enthusiasm and curiosity, as well as a large environmental thinking, says Nomo's technician who held the lecture. ― Students are motivated and have both the knowledge and quite some experience, so the information held in places at a high level, but also relatively basic, he continues.


Share their expertise

Through many years of business with companies such as SSAB, Boliden, Stora Enso and others, where cooperation has been so much more than just delivering products bearings and transmissions, Nomo has a unique expertise and understanding of the specific industries and its needs. ― We work in teams, for example, maintenance technicians and service engineers and have knowledge of the industry, technology, and we will find solutions to challenges and improvements to avoid operational problems, continues the technician. ― The lecture was very relevant to students both theoretical and practical connection. Of course it is in all of ours interest to guarantee a sustainable Swedish industry, he says.