An Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) company secured a significant contract with a leading electric motorcycle manufacturer. With an increasing emphasis on efficiency and quality, the contract required a rigorous assembly and torque control process to ensure maximum precision and traceability. In response to these requirements, the company has adopted a robust but easy-to-implement solution provided by Kolver to meet specific needs and improve integration within its production ecosystem.
We would like to remind our clients and distributors that Kolver has had NOM certification in Mexico since 2021, underscoring Kolver's commitment to meeting the highest standards of safety, reliability, and regulatory compliance in the Mexican market for its torque tools.
There’s many different ways manufacturers can secure components together: welding, crimping, riveting, glueing, soldering, etc. Yet, as is often the case, simpler is better, and the most common method is the use of screws and bolts to clamp different parts together.
In 2023, Kolver adopted the legal form of a Benefit Corporation, officially becoming part of the group of companies that combine profit-making with a commitment to pursuing social and environmental goals, incorporating this objective to contribute to the common good into their corporate purpose.