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Following the Amber Road, from Brno to the Baltics

March 7, 2017  
Etruscan Ram's Head Pendant 500 to 400 B.C.

The Amber Road was an ancient trade route stretching from the Baltics to the Adriatic along which precious translucent fossil resin, highly-prized for flashy adornments (especially if it had a nifty bug in it), was swapped for goods and sent south to fill workshops of fastidious jewelry makers with such… Read more »

On the Party List; FERMAT’s an official KUKA Robotics System Partner

July 27, 2016  
FERMAT's on the party list, an official KUKA robotics system partner

Thanks to its close cooperation over the years with KUKA Roboter Gmbh (one of the largest producers of industrial robots worldwide), FERMAT has been invited to become an official KUKA Robotics System Partner with all the privileges and benefits pertaining thereto.  As KUKA explains, there are many perks to be… Read more »

Living High on the Hog: EU Funds Fuel a Feeding Frenzy in Bulgaria as Manufacturers Hunger for Machine Tools

March 10, 2016  
Bulgarian Cuisine

In a show of Slavic solidarity, Mr. Russel Karimov, FERMAT’s Sales Manager for Bulgaria, who hails from the industrial town of Sterlitamak, the second largest city in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, a machine-tool Mecca in Soviet times, visited FERMAT’s leading dealer in Sofia, the company Polymeta C, to map… Read more »

Prague to Milan, a Weekend Getaway

March 3, 2016  
Flight over the Alps from Prague, Czech Republic, to Milan, Italy, on an ATR 72-500

How many blades does it take to propel an ATR 72-500 aircraft (which has a length of 27.2 meters, a wingspan of 27.1 meters, is carrying a load of 22,500 kg, and flying at a maximum speed of 695 km/h) over the Alps, from Prague to Milan?  FERMAT’s Director of… Read more »