Evolving customer behaviour, which has accelerated during the Covid-19 pandemic, has prompted Kelvion to realign its marketing strategy. The heat exchanger expert will increase focus on digital customer interaction and local branded events to build stronger and more sustainable relationships with the customers. This innovative approach combines traditional and new marketing channels with a new, targeted customer experience.
The Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences (OST) selected Kelvion to supply its printed circuit K°Bond heat exchanger for their research project: "Swiss Low-Cost Hydrogen Refuelling Station (LCHRS)", funded by Innosuisse. The project aims to develop the prototype of a Swiss hydrogen filling station, which is characterised by high quality and low CAPEX.
Surprising results for optimal drinking water hygiene delivered by a study commissioned by Kelvion Brazed PHE GmbH.
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