Home » Mondeo enters the Japanese technology catalogue thanks to its stamped steel products
Mondeo’s story began from an insight that was an authentic novelty for the fluid movement sector. This new production philosophy, based on stainless steel sheet processing, led to products made from a prestigious raw material being available at a lower cost than products made from cast steel. This is how our stamped steel valves came to be, a symbol of not only durability but also hydraulic efficiency and sustainability. The novelty was appreciated immediately by the German market, a constant hydraulics leader, and also by the Japanese market, just as sensitive to quality and technology.
The tradition of Japanese metalworking is well-known. And it is precisely this universally recognised know-how that makes our latest satisfaction, which indeed comes from the Land of the Rising Sun, even greater.
Mondeo’s presence in Japan is thanks to HASHIMOTO SANGYO Co., Ltd, a distributor that transmits the characteristics and advantages of our products, always of the highest quality because made using cutting-edge pressing, welding and mechanical processing techniques. The result is the recent addition of our check valves Idrja and Glovalve, as well as our pressed flanges, to NETIS (New Technology Information System). NETIS is a database created in 1998 and developed by the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to share information on new technologies. The main objective is to assist national companies that are involved in public work projects with high quality products and, at the same time, to promote the development of new technology. For Mondeo, always committed to finding new fluid movement solutions, it is certainly an important recognition.