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In many areas almost nothing is possible without tubes and sections nowadays. The spectrum of tubes demanded by the industry is immensely large. SEUTHE tube welding lines around the world produce tubes hour by hour from the smallest diameter of 4.7 mm up to the largest of 406.0 mm with wall thicknesses of 0.5 mm up to 16 mm in steel, stainless steel and non-ferrous metals. They allow daily mobility of automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles or wheelchairs, ships and aircrafts.

At the same time, demands increased on machine builders and "more efficient, faster, more accurate" means to accommodate the sophisticated requirements for cost effectiveness, energy efficiency and environmental sustainability with innovative tube mill concepts. After all, investing in a tube welding line is not only a cost factor, but needs to yield calculable benefits. Therefore SEUTHE invested considerable resources in know-how, employees and in-house manufacturing facilities in recent years. Thus, SEUTHE possesses all the factors that guarantee the self-imposed high standards for superior quality and technological leadership.

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ASMAG Receives the ENERGY GLOBE Fire Award

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Projektleiter (m/w)

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The New Generation of Stainless Steel Lines with greater efficiency and completely new processing

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New start for INGENIA thanks to ASMAG – joint projects in the works

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A look back to the Tube 2016 in Düsseldorf: "Tubes and bars make the world go round" – with equipment and machinery of ASMAG GROUP

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Next level of stainless steel tube production

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OCN's assets acquired - Italian subsidiary formed ASMAG on course for expansion to become full-range supplier

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Interview by tube editor with company's head Johann Vielhaber

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Roll forming lines for complex profiles

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ASMAG Group looks to rescue INGENIA – Passes the first hurdle!

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The roll forming line of the future has traction control, individual drives, a clutch system for automatic coupling and uncoupling, and absolute reproducibility