Every day we are
surrounded with measurements that affect the quality of our lives. A team of
more than 130 people from the internationally renowned company LOTRIČ Metrology
performs more than 376 measurements every day, thus ensuring our safety. The
Lotrič team is with us from birth, as newborns our weighed with an accurate and
precise scale. They are with us at every technical test, doctor’s visit, we
also encounter them in shops. They are a family enterprise that covers
approximately 95 percent of all metrology needs of companies in Slovenia and
The entire group
that comprises 9 companies generated a revenue of EUR 5,2 million and a net
profit of approximately EUR 490.000 in the year 2017.
With the hope to
share their knowledge with their users, they opened Slovenia’s first metrology park in Železniki
today, covering a surface of 1.078 square meters. They invited 16 world-renowned providers of
measurement equipment and lecturers who not only understand measuring 4.0 but help shape it.
Jörg Schröder of
Dr. Heinrich Schneider Messtechnik GmbH, Declan Tierney of Mecmesin and Nejc
Demšar of LOTRIČ Meroslovje lectured on modern metrology systems in the
industry environment 4.0.
More than 150
partners from Slovenia and abroad, who ensure the quality of products and
services of some of the biggest industrial companies, attended the event.
At the event, some companies – among them
Gorenje Orodjarna, Revoz and Knaufinsulation – received a Certificate of metrology excellence that reflects the companies’
investments in the quality of metrology equipment and know-how.
An exciting autumn
addition to opening the Metrology park, the company LOTRIČ Meroslovje is also
organizing two business breakfasts in the autumn months, to which they are
inviting everyone who deals with automation in the pharmaceutical industry.
Stefan Leisenheimer of ERWEKA GmbH will lecture on the automation of testing
solid forms of pharmaceuticals. Ines Künzl of SHP Steriltechnik will present
the steps we must know to ensure an appropriate sterilization process and the
correct use of autoclaves to avoid possible infections.