Learn more about the ANS TriboNite™ at the The International Suppliers Fair (IZB) Wolfsburg from 18th to 20th October 2016

The IZB was started in 2001 as a Volkswagen in-house trade fair and has today one of the most important events for the international automotive supplier industry with over 50,000 visitors.

ANS will be there and we are proud to launch our latest new offering, TriboNite™, which has great performance to reduce friction and wear. Join us and learn more!

Visit ANS display at Hall 2, stand 2303 and learn about TriboNite™ and our offerings.
For more information on CONVEC see: http://www.sae.org/comvec

ANS will attend the Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology October 10th to 12th, 2016

The Aachen Colloquium has become the largest automotive and engine technology congress in Europe and offers great learning-opportunities and forum for establishing new contacts. We welcome you to meet us, ANS, at the congress to learn more about our offerings and exploring your possibilities to decrease friction and wear, our passion.

More info: http://www.aachener-kolloquium.de/en/

Want to meat? Please contact:

Sales Director Andreas Storz at +49 1522 34 35 606 or andreas.storz@appliednanosurfaces.com
CTO Dr Boris Zhmud at +46 70 937 13 10 or boris.zhmud@appliednanosurfaces.com

Applied Nano Surfaces (ANS) is proud to present new products at our first industry conference in North America, the SAE 2016 Commercial Vehicle Engineering Conference October 4-6, 2016

SAE 2016 COMVEC is the conference of choice for the sharing of technical knowledge and networking for the global on-road and off-road commercial vehicle industry. In today’s dynamic commercial vehicle industry, all industry professionals must constantly prepare themselves to identify and solve the challenges of tomorrow.

Become a part of the greater conversation changing, guiding, and influencing our industry today, while building the skills to lead and inspire…tomorrow.

Visit ANS display at space #35 and learn about our technology.

For more information on CONVEC see: http://www.sae.org/comvec