Hayley Bearing Solutions, the specialist bearing support team within Hayley Group, have published issue one of their brand-new First for Bearings magazine. The name making direct reference to Hayley Group being the primary bearing distributor in the UK.
The publication is the first in a series which will focus on the role of bearings, and the operational issues they face within a particular industry sector. It will also include the very latest product innovations from the world’s largest bearing manufacturers. The latter section of the magazine highlights the key technologies available to our customers, and emphasises how working with Hayley Group can really help to provide solutions and drive innovation. Issue one focuses on the ever-growing food and beverage sector and the specific bearing challenges and innovations relevant to the industry.
Selected product innovations include:
- SKF bearings: SKF Food Line (Blue Range) ball bearing units.
- NSK bearings: NSK Stainless Steel ES1 bearings.
- FAG bearings: FAG Generation C Deep Groove ball bearings.
- NTN-SNR bearings: NTN-SNR TOPLINE Deep Groove ball bearings.
The initial First for Bearings magazine also includes a select few examples where Hayley Group have successfully worked with companies in the food sector to improve reliability, increase efficiency, and save money. We also put the spotlight on Wil Woodrow, based at Hayley King’s Lynn, who tells us his stories about providing Bearing Solutions to customers.
Steve Onions, Hayley Bearing Solutions Support Team Manager said, “We are really proud to be able to launch the first edition of our First for Bearings magazine to the branch network and to end-users across the country. The food and beverage industry is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector, and is worth an annual £28bn to our economy, so it is fitting that we give it some focus in our first publication. We hope that it provides people with a reference for how Hayley Group can assist businesses when it comes to bearings performing a vital role in critical food and drink applications.”
First for Bearings is available from Thursday (4th March) at your nearest Hayley Group branch, or as a digital download from the Hayley Group website.
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