Join the TMAS Network

All members of TMAS has now access to a group at Linkedin dedicated to networking. We had a small chat with Therese Premler-Andersson, Secretary General at TMAS, who gave us a brief on the new page.

Tell us about the networking platform,  how did TMAS come up with the idea?

Therese Premler-Andersson, talks about the TMAS Network.

One of the biggest benefits of being a member of TMAS lies is in the connections and the network with others in our industry. We have members with long experience from different fields of the industry and geographical markets all over the world. This is a great asset that many of our members already make use of. With the pandemic we decided that this network needed a digital platform to reach even more people within the Swedish textile machinery industry says Therese Premler-Andersson, Secretary General at TMAS.


Why a LinkedIn group?

We chose LinkedIn to provide employees at our member companies an easy and efficient way to connect with colleagues. The simple communication, as posting questions as well as getting information and insides from others is important, Therese explains. The purpose of the platform is to increase exchange of information and networking between TMAS member companies with the goal to find more synergies and collaborations as well as strengthen the affiliation with the industry

What kind of exchange do you hope for among the members?

The TMAS Network is a group on LinkedIn for emplyees at TMAS member companies.

I hope, Therese concludes, that they will share inspiration, ideas and knowledge, reports, and articles on hot topics such as digitalization, business models, sustainability. Other topical subjects are Tools within AI, remote services, and 3D printing. All information should off course be in line with the competition laws and our Code of Conduct.


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