Rehm China Receives Bosch Asia Pacific Supplier Award


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Rehm Thermal Systems is regarded as one of the best suppliers in Asia as well. Having already been presented with the “Bosch Global Supplier Award” last year, Rehm – a manufacturer of thermal system solutions for the electronics and solar industries – has now also received the “Bosch Asia Pacific Supplier Award”. The prize is testament to its high quality and excellent services as a supplier of the Bosch Group in Asia. In this region in particular, Rehm has been continuously expanding its service and contact network and offers systems specifically designed to meet the requirements of the Asian market.

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Award presentation, (from left)  Karl Nowak, EVP, Chief Executive Officer Corporate Sector Purchasing and Logistics (Bosch), Ralf Wagenfuehr, Plant Manager (Rehm Dongguan) and Daniel Siu Wo Cheng, VP, Indirect Material Corporate Purchasing Asia Pacific (Bosch)

“To receive the award is both an honour and incentive for us. As a Germany-based machine manufacturer we offer high-quality products and services worldwide that comply with strict German requirements. ‘Made in Germany’ is a driver of innovation and a guarantor of success. Particularly in the field of drying technologies we work together with Bosch in Asia to develop reliable, tailor-made systems which are used in the production of control units for the automobile industry, among other applications. To now be lauded by a global player for this work is a very special accolade for us,” says Ralf Wagenfuehr, Plant Manager (Dongguan), Rehm Thermal Systems.

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(from left) Luo Hongyong, Corporate Purchasing Manager (Bosch), Ralf Wagenfuehr, Plant Manager (Rehm Dongguan), Peter Wolf, Technical Sales Director – Solar & Special Machines (Rehm Dongguan) and Mark Wilm, Corporate Lead Buyer (Bosch) 

Bosch and Rehm are linked by a reliable and cooperative business relationship that has grown into an international scale over more than 25 years. As a manufacturer of convection, condensation and vacuum reflow soldering systems, coating and drying units, cooling and heating function test systems and systems for the metallisation of solar cells, today Rehm is a key player in the industry. The company has also made a name for itself designing special applications tailored to individual customer requirements. With production sites in Germany and China as well as 26 agencies in 24 countries, the Swabian machine manufacturer now operates worldwide, providing an excellent local service. Renowned clients from the automobile, medical technology, avionics and consumer electronics industries have for years placed their trust in Rehm’s ideas and are confident in the quality of its products.

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(from left) Peter Wolf, Technical Sales Director – Solar & Special Machines (Rehm Dongguan) and Ralf Wagenfuehr, Plant Manager (Rehm Dongguan)

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(from left) Award presentation (Photos: Rehm Thermal Systems)

About Rehm Thermal Systems

As a specialist in the field of thermal system solutions for the electronics and photovoltaics industries, Rehm is a technology and innovation leader in the modern and economical production of electronic modules. As a globally operating manufacturer of reflow soldering systems with convection, condensation or vacuum, drying and coating systems, functional test systems, equipment for the metallisation of solar cells as well as numerous customer-specific special systems, we are represented in all relevant growth markets and, as a partner with more than 25 years of industry experience, we implement innovative manufacturing solutions that set standards.

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