Sometimes its the smallest customers that have the highest demands. Sensitive to particular flavors, they need their food to be the right consistency, easy to digest and 100% pure. This is just one of the countless separation challenges being solved by Andritz Separation, the Austria-based industrial separation specialists, that is now launching a global campaign developed by Open Stockholm.
Industrial separation is used to produce so many things - beer, olive oil, chemicals and more. But what if you're the world leader in this area and few have heard of you? This is something that Andritz Separation, the Austria-based pioneer in industrial separation, is now seeking to change through an awareness campaign covering 40 markets worldwide.
Industrial separation is used for so many things in life - beer, olive oil, chemicals and more. But what if you're the world leader in this area and few have heard of you? This is something that Andritz Separation, the Austria-based global leader in industrial separation, is now seeking to change with an awareness campaign targeting 40 markets worldwide.
Just about everything around us has been separated in one way or another: Beer, olive oil, chemicals and more. But what if you're a global leader in this area and people don't know your name? That is what Andritz Separation, the Austria-based industrial separation specialists, is seeking to change, with a new campaign breaking in 40 global markets.
Beer. Olive oil. Chemicals. Just about everything has been separated in one way or another. But what if you're the world leader in separation and few know your brand name? This is something that Andritz Separation, the Austria-based leader in industrial separation technologies, is intent on changing. Together with Open in Stockholm, they're launching a new communications concept in 40 countries.
A highly versatile and skilled graphic designer, Jeanette worked previously at MullenLowe (Lowe Brindfors), King, Grey and Paradiset DDB. She brings with her 20 years' experience and hundreds awards to her name through her work on traditional and digital communication for clients like Saab, Pharmacia, SAS, Swedbank, BMW, Ericsson, Tiger, Spendrups, Telia, Gevalia, Arla, Thomson Travel and more.
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In an innovative twist, Sandvik is portraying some of its most innovative tube, wire and other products plunging to the depths of the ocean. Shown here is a subsea umbilical, the nerve system of oil and gas infrastructure in the murky depths. To date, the company has supplied 320 million feet of stainless steel umbilical tube - enough to wrap around the world 2.5 times - with zero failures!
How do you show the value of products in action at the bottom of the sea? For Sandvik, it was done by creating a subsea digital world that viewers could enter using Google Cardboard, a unique 3D viewing system. Designed to promote a fully sensory brand experience, the film enabled customers go to the depths of the sea using their mobile phones and files available on YouTube - an industry first.
After ten years in Stockholm’s Old Town, we decided it was time for a change. We'd had our fill of cobblestones, tourists and slow broadband. Plus our customers wanted better parking. Oh, and our creative teams wanted more light – lots of it. The antidote proved to be an airy attic space on Grev Turegatan 18 – right in the heart of the Stureplan Golden Triangle. Come bye and check it out.