Mitas Corporation nominated as a global finalist in the SmartSteel Innovation Challenge
Issued by Traceability Solutions - Dec 4th, 13:12
Mitas Corporation is pleased to announce that we have been selected as one of ONLY seven global finalists in the SmartSteel Innovation Challenge, which is organised by Spinverse on behalf of Sandvik and SSAB.
A call for submissions went out globally and these were reviewed, assessed and shortlisted by specialists at SSAB and Spinverse.
After the initial qualifying round, we are pleased to announce that Kyle Parker will be presenting our solution in Sweden on the 12th December 2018.
Our solution encompasses products and solutions from several of the divisions within Mitas Corporation, to form the final solution, impressed the judges and we look forward to presenting to the jury of highly educated and qualified representatives in Sweden.
We are honoured to be part of this exciting process and believe that this accolade speaks volumes for our company being experts in the area of track and trace, regardless of the product.
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