SKF Benelux

SKF Benelux
Bazellaan 3
1140 BRUSSELS
BE - Belgium

skf.benelux.news@skf.com
+32 2 729 6611
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Year of establishment: 1907
Company VAT number: BE0830910611
Number of employees: 48.000
Our company is a subsidiary company of: SKF AB

SKF has been a leading global technology provider since 1907. Our fundamental strength is the ability to continuously develop new technologies – then use them to create products that offer competitive advantages to our customers.

We achieve this by combining hands-on experience in over 40 industries with our knowledge across the SKF technology areas: bearings and units, seals, (asset management) services and lubrication systems.

Products

SKF has a unique understanding of rotating equipment and how machine components and industrial processes are interrelated. We provide a wide range of products and related technologies to OEM and aftermarket customers around the world.

Every industry has its unique challenges, but virtually all industries share the goals of increased machine uptime, reduced maintenance, improved safety, energy savings and lower Total Cost of Ownership. With expertise in a wide range of disciplines and decades of experience as a technical partner to both equipment manufacturers and end users in every major industry, SKF is delivering not just products but total integrated solutions that help our customers optimize their rotating equipment performance.

Optimizing the asset life cycle

Close cooperation with equipment manufacturers and industrial end users has given SKF a unique understanding of the interaction between asset components and industrial processes. Today, we are leveraging this knowledge to provide value at every stage of an asset’s life cycle. SKF Rotating Equipment Performance is our proven approach to optimizing equipment design and operation over its entire service life cycle. Proven effective in our own factories worldwide, SKF solutions are also proving valuable to SKF customers worldwide.

Services & Solutions from SKF range from new machine development and design verification, to reconditioning, Integrated Maintenance Solutions, training and remote condition monitoring.


Serviced industries and sectors

00. Service independent from type of industry
01. Manufacturing & Process Industry
01.10. Manufacture of food products
01.11. Manufacture of beverages
01.12. Manufacture of tobacco products
01.13. Manufacture of textiles
01.14. Manufacture of wearing apparel
01.15. Manufacture of leather and related products
01.16. Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork (except furniture)
01.17. Manufacture of paper and paper products
01.18. Printing and reproduction of recorded media
01.19. Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products
01.20. Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
01.21. Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical preparations
01.22. Manufacture of rubber and plastic products
01.23. Manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products
01.24. Manufacture of basic metals
01.25. Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment
01.26. Manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products
01.27. Manufacture of electrical equipment
01.28. Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.
01.29. Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers
01.30. Manufacture of other transport equipment (aircrafts, ships, trains, …)
01.31. Manufacture of furniture
01.32. Other manufacturing
02. Power Industry (Electricity, Gas, Steam and Heat Generation & Distribution)
02.11. Diesel power generation
02.12. Gas turbine power generation
02.13. Hydroelectric power generation
02.14. Nuclear power generation
02.15. Solar power generation
02.16. Thermal power generation
02.17. Wind power generation
02.51. Transmission & Distribution of electricity
02.52. Transmission & Distribution of gas
02.53. Transmission & Distribution of thermal heat and steam
02.71. Thermal heat generation & recovery
02.72. Geothermal heat recovery
03. Water Supply, Sewerage, Waste Management and Remediation activities
03.10. Drink water collection & treatment
03.11. Drink water supply
03.20. Materials recovery
03.30. Sewerage & waste water collection
03.31. Waste water treatment
03.40. Waste collection
03.41. Waste treatment and disposal
04. Exploitation & Management of other Infrastructures
04.10. Rail Infrastructure Management
04.20. Real estate Management
04.30. Road Infrastructure Management
04.40. Sports Infrastructure Management
04.50. Waterway Management
05. Logistics & Transportation
05.10. Air transport
05.20. Pipeline Transport
05.30. Postal and courier activities
05.40. Rail Transport
05.50. Road Transport
05.60. Warehousing and storage
05.70. Water transport
06. Other Industries & Activities
06.10. Agriculture
06.11. Computer industry
06.12. Construction industry
06.13. Defense industry
06.14. Education industry
06.15. Entertainment industry
06.16. Financial services & Insurance industry
06.17. Fishing industry
06.18. Forestry & Timber industry
06.19. Health Care Industry
06.20. Mining & Quarrying
06.21. Offshore Oil & Gas industry
06.22. Onshore Oil & Gas industry
06.23. Retail & Leisure industry
06.24. Software & Information industry
06.25. Telecommunications industry
06.91. Other Business oriented activities
06.92. Other Consumer oriented activities

Serviced regions

02. Belgium
02.01 Antwerp
02.02 Brussels-Capital Region
02.03 Hainaut
02.04 Limburg
02.05 Liège
02.06 Luxembourg
02.07 Namur
02.08 East Flanders
02.09 Flemish Brabant
02.10 Walloon Brabant
02.11 West Flanders
18. Luxembourg
20. Netherlands
20.01 Drenthe
20.02 Flevoland
20.03 Friesland
20.04 Gelderland
20.05 Groningen
20.06 Limburg
20.07 North Brabant
20.08 North Holland
20.09 Overijssel
20.10 Utrecht
20.11 Zealand
22.12 South Holland