ARaymond Network in the media


Date : 02/24/16 | Category : Press article

ARaymond’s TwinHook aims to offer solution to vine split dilemma | FreshFruitPortal

ARaymond sales engineer Erikjan Hoornstra explains how the ARaymond™ TwinHook manages to avoid the branches of the plant breaking under the weight of growing fruit. Read the rest of the article > http://ht.ly/YkMhx  … [+]

Date : 01/20/16 | Category : Press article

When the plastics industry looks to the future | Plastiques & Caoutchocs Magazine

The annual conference of plastics professionals, organized by Plastiques & Caoutchoucs Magazine, took place on Wednesday, November 25. The automotive industry's need for light materials, the 4.0 industry, rheological simulation and a composite circular economy were points of discussion. Read more… [+]

Date : 01/05/16 | Category : Press article

On its 150th anniversary, ARaymond invents itself a start-up future | Le Figaro

This automobile sub-contractor, which is responsible for introducing snap-fasteners to textiles, is now innovating in other business sectors, such as health. With astounding success. A new headquarter office in Grenoble, 14 new plants in three years (3 of which are in France). Read more… [+]

Date : 12/22/15 | Category : Press release

2015 in key figures - infographic

To mark the end of 2015, we created this infographic to give you a "key figures" insight of the ARaymond Network and of our employees. Do not hesitate to share it! Season's Greetings!… [+]

Date : 12/11/15 | Category : Press release

ARaymond celebrates 150 years of innovation

A pioneering spirit The ARaymond Network was founded in Grenoble, France, in 1865 by Albert-Pierre Raymond. While looking for a more practical fastener to replace the traditional glove button, he invented the press stud. It was a simple yet brilliant idea – a "spring" which holds an assembly together and which, under a certain… [+]

Date : 08/26/15 | Category : Press article

TwinHook prevents splitting in topped tomato plants | Brinkman

Topped tomato plants carry the risk of stem splitting. Due to the weight of the growing side shoots the stem may split at the node. This leads to unnecessary growth reduction and commercially it can amount to hundreds of plants per hectare being damaged by stem splitting. A solution is the TwinHook. This is a ‘twinclip’ made of polypro… [+]

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