During the Lëtzebuerg kann Zukunft, the public was able to discover 20 companies that already apply innovative and pioneering technologies in the fileds of the circular economy, renewable energies, digitalization or energy autonomy and efficiency. They are companies which have already subscribed to the principles of the "Rifkin" strategy of the Third Industrial Revolution marked by the digital transition and the rational use of energy.
During the event organized in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce and IMS Luxembourg, the vice-Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy Etienne Schneider first visited the Technoport in Foetz and the companies who presented their technologies resolutely oriented to the future: Ama Mundu Technologies (water purification), GCL Technologies (R&D and connectivity in the field of corks), BSI Cleaning (industrial cleaning technologies), Klin.lu (sustainable and digitalized laundry service), VibrationMaster (testing and analysis of nuts and bolts for industry), LIST (materials research) and Leko (sustainable construction and circular wood). Etienne Schneider then went to the House of BioHealth where he was able to discover the activites of Flen Health (innovative biopharmaceutical products), Fast Track Diagnostics (molecular diagnostic solutions), nsi (artificial intelligence) and LLuCs (analytical laboratory health).
Secretary of State for the Economy Francine Closener visited Sales-Lentz headquarters in Käerjeng, where the company demonstrated its autonomous electric shuttle and took stock of its activities related in electromobility.
The other companies that welcomed visitors were: Annen, Avery Dennison, Grosbusch; Kiowatt, Modulor, Nesto/PROgroup, Ramborn, Soler - Wandpark Housen-Pëtschent.
Press release by the Ministry of Economy.