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Winner is increasing its production capacity – expected to grow strongly together with WTB Control

Winner Hydraulics Corporation was founded in 1993 in Taiwan and is an internationally recognized manufacturer of hydraulic cartridge valves, manifolds and mini power packs. Winner and WTB Control have collaborated closely for many years, with Winner supplying quality hydraulic components to WTB Control, with everything from Winner’s standard valves, on-off solenoid valves and manifolds to customized valves.

– We at Winner are happy to be one of WTB Control’s close partners. WTB is a major player in hydraulics with outstanding technical competence and a strong position on the Scandinavian market, says Serena Chang at Winner and continues:


– Winner values ​​the Scandinavian market, where Sweden is a strong representative, and we expect to continue seeing WTB Control as the leading supplier of hydraulic components in Scandinavia.


Now Winner is building a brand-new factory with the main goal of increasing its production capacity and as always providing the best quality products as well as fast delivery times.


– With the expansion of the factory, we will greatly increase our production capacity, more than five times the current one, in the coming years, says Serena Chang.


Winner is a company that places great emphasis on internal controls and well-defined processes to reduce quality deviations, as well as always prioritizing the customer’s product needs and meeting their delivery deadlines. In order to manufacture products that require extremely fine tolerances, they constantly have a wide range of world-leading machining equipment that allows them to fully control precision.


In addition to the new factory, Winner is also establishing a new website and developing an app, through which customers will easily be able to view Winner’s product range directly from their phone.


– As we are scaling up significantly, we believe that WTB Control will grow together with us annually. Our goal is an increment around 15-30% every year, concludes Serena Chang.

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