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Chancellor Angela Merkel visits Rittal booth at Hanover Fair

2018-04-23. Thank you very much, Chancellor Angela Merkel! For the fifth time at the Rittal booth in Hanover - this time, for the market launch of the VX25 large enclosure system.

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  • CEBIT 2018: Turnkey edge data centers for successful digitization

    2018-06-11. • Rittal as system and solution provider for IT infrastructure in Hall 12 at CEBIT • Setting up and expanding new information technology quickly, safe and economically • Turnkey IT and fail-safe solutions for all edge scenarios – from Smart Industry to Smart Mobility

  • Girls’ Day gets girls interested in technology

    2018-05-28. The fact that classic male professions are becoming increasingly exciting for young women is reflected year after year in Germany’s “Girls’ Day” event. Every year, around 100,000 schoolgirls make use of the day to get a taste of professions that are still dominated by men.

  • Rittal at CEBIT 2018: Smart solutions for all edge scenarios

    2018-05-25. At CEBIT 2018, Rittal will present turnkey, high-availability IT infrastructure solutions for all edge scenarios on its 500 square-metre stand in hall 12. In conjunction with partners such as ABB and HPE, Rittal will showcase a range of pioneering edge solutions – from Smart Industry to Smart Mobility.

  • A new enclosure platform for the energy world

    2018-05-24. At "The smarter E" energy trade fair, Rittal will be presenting its new VX25 enclosure system under the motto “System perfection”. This innovation simplifies the integration of control and power electronics for establishing converter systems in photovoltaics, energy storage solutions and e-mobility infrastructures.

  • Experience a world’s first in a live chat

    2018-05-23. Rittal is organising a virtual trade fair centred on its new VX25 large enclosure system on 6 and 7 June. Live presentations with a chat function, interactive workshops and discussions with Rittal experts will provide a comprehensive insight into this global innovation.

  • New issue of magazine “be top”: Making the best even better

    2018-05-14. Watch. Listen. Learn: The idea for a perfect enclosure was not born at the drawing board or in the lab – but rather in the workshops of Rittal’s international customers. The question to be answered was “How can we make the best even better?”

  • Global production as per Industry 4.0

    2018-04-25. A state-of-the-art centre for manufacturing large enclosures is currently under construction at the Rittershausen plant, based on Industry 4.0 principles. While work there is ongoing, Rittal is installing new high-tech production lines for its new VX25 large enclosure that involves a capital expenditure of €120m.

  • High level of acceptance before market launch

    2018-04-23. How can the best be made even better? That was the key question that Rittal asked when developing the new VX25 large enclosure system. The answer: by listening, watching and learning.

  • Premiere: Rittal presents an enclosure innovation

    2018-03-29. It can be seen on 23 April. After five years of development work, Rittal will be unveiling its new large enclosure system at the 2018 Hanover Trade Fair for the very first time. The company is showing the innovative enclosure on the highlight area of its over 2,300 m² exhibition space.

  • New control cabinet engineering study

    2018-03-29. What does the future bring for control cabinet manufacturing? The Institute for Control Engineering of Machine Tools and Manufacturing Units (ISW) at the University of Stuttgart considered this question. Its 39-page research report is based on a field survey amongst German control cabinet manufacturers.

  • Exam celebration for 46 successful trainees

    2018-03-28. With a certificate in the bag and armed for the challenges of the future – 26 apprentices from the Friedhelm Loh Group and 20 machine and plant operators from the Rittal post-school skills development programme have successfully completed their training and further education programme.

  • Rittal Automation Systems present new advancements

    2018-03-06. Despite automated solutions, switchgear manufacturing still involves a great deal of manual work when it comes to cutting and machining busbars, support rails and cable ducts. In order to automate or part-automate this work, Rittal Automation Systems is now offering new and improved machines and tools.