2006

Welcome to CEJN's stand at the CONET exhibition July 13-16 at the Makuhari Messe, in Tokyo, Japan. You will find CEJN in hall 10, Stand 316.

The CONET exhibition is a showcase for a wide range of the most advanced equipment and technology in the field of construction machinery.

Held around the theme of "Construction Machinery, Meeting the Challenges of the Future!", CONET 2006 will be guided by the theme words "ENVIRONMENT, DISASTER PREVENTION AND SAFETY".

You can find more information about the exhibition under www.conet2006.com

CEJN Products India Private Ltd. was established in August 2006 to support sales on the Indian market. A fast growth and the vast potential for CEJN products have prompted CEJN to establish a local presence in India. Mr Chandan Singh is heading the office as National Sales Manager.

Contact information for the CEJN India office:

CEJN Products India Private Ltd. Suite No. 104,
DJ Business Services #20 Gold Tower,
#50 Residency Road Ban galore - 560025
Phone:+91-80 -32971273
Fax:+91-80-41477719
Mobile: +91-99-80072703
e-mail: chandan@cejnindia.co.in


From January 1st, the majority of the material used in the couplings in the 300, 400 and 500 Series of the CEJN Pneumatic range will change from being mainly brass to mainly consist of steel. In addition, a new type of zinc-plating (electroplated zinc coating with thick layer passivation) will be used instead of the current nickel-plating.

These changes are made to further increase our products’ quality and improve the environment we all share, because well enough is not good enough for CEJN.

Customer benefits:
- The durability of the couplings improves.
- Prolonged service life of couplings in tough applications.
- The couplings’ vibration resistance increases.

Environmental benefits:
- No Cr6 is used in the production process of any CEJN Pneumatic products.
- Copper is a scarce natural resource. By reducing the brass used in our products we help 
   to preserve this limited resource.
- Steel contains significantly less lead than brass and has therefore a better impact on the
   environment. Additionally, steel is much easier to recycle.