Here you can read some of the latest news about Wila.
Several years of product and process developments have been put into Wila’s tubular heat exchangers. Today, they are some of the best on the market, and they have been customized to occupy less space, so that the products are easily installed in a facility in the food production.
A new distributor partnership with Canadian SPE will become Wila’s way into Canada. Both parties look forward to working closely together with the common goal of creating the right stainless steel process equipment solutions for Canadian customers in the food industry.
It takes a certain precision, steel in its superior quality and qualified employees to manufacture membrane housings for the dairy and beverage industries. Wila masters this discipline through years of experience and process optimizations.
The words in Wila’s payoff do much more than look good on paper. They build on strong traditions with people in the centre, which has been paramount for Wila to be able to enter the international scene.
How to continue to increase production capacity without moving the company to more square metres? For Wila, the answer is Lean. A philosophy that creates smarter processes for both employees and customers.
Charlotte Nørgaard was appointed order processor at Wila on the 8th of March. After just a few weeks with the company, it has become clear to her what kind of journey Wila is taking, and how much they focus on human qualities and values.
With a new go-to-market strategy, Wila is in full swing establishing itself on the international markets. By means of a thorough analysis, young academics have helped set the course, and digital initiatives will make Wila visible to new customers.
It is with great pleasure that we can announce that René Lauridsen pr. March 1 has joined our sales department as Sales Manager.
Wila has had a good start this year. The team behind Silkeborg’s apprentice network, of which Wila is a part, has been awarded the Silkeborg Business Needle. Tom Jensen is involved in the network and the important work that is being done to attract people to crafts.
The ‘ship’ is loaded with the right competences among the staff, the strategy for the journey has been devised, and, right before the ‘ship’ is launched, a new member of the company’s management is now on board.
When Stjerne-Chrom needed a new oxidation plant, that could live up to the customers’ demand for a new and more modern type of surface treatment, it felt natural for them to get in contact with Wila.
“At Wila A/S, we have a dedicated and skilled staff who perform all tasks with common sense, great professionalism, pride and expertise.”