MAFI News – Feb 2018

Extra pole kit for mounting equipment on a freestanding corner pole

The MAFI 91110 is an excellent solution when you need to install equipment like RRU:s close to an antenna that is mounted on our freestanding corner pole, MAFI 4601.

This solution has an increasing demand in several of our markets, like Germany, United Kingdom and Sweden, but it can, of course, be used on any freestanding corner pole, regardless of where it´s mounted. It offers an easy and fast way to solve a common problem.
The MAFI 91110 is an extra pole kit and can easily be mounted on the existing freestanding corner mount. It´s a kit for mounting an extra 76,1mm tube to MAFI 4601 or 4602. The recommended length of the tube is < 1,5 m.
Check out the solution here: MAFI Extra Pole Kit 91110


The extra pole kit within the red circle, mounted on MAFI´s freestanding corner pole, 4601.

Are you our next Design Engineer?

MAFI is currently employing two Design Engineers.
In general, you will be part of our design team, reporting to the Design Manager. Your duties will include the development of our existing product range, product care, new development and the provision of technical support to the sales organisation. You will be involved every step of the way from initial customer meetings and conceptual models to prototype production and practical trials. As part of your work, you will also produce various types of technical documentation for the products.

Focus, Design Engineer 1
Your focus will be on designing concepts at an early stage with new customers. This post may be located either in Mora or in Stockholm. You should, however, be prepared to spend time in both locations.

Focus Design, Engineer 2
Your focus will be on realising concepts and ideas as finished products. This post is based in Mora.

We expect that you will have university-level education, a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in engineering. Experience with software such as ANSYS, LS-Dyna, MasterCAM, Solid Works or Garp would be an advantage.
We place great value on your personal qualities since we are a friendly and ambitious team. You are a very practical type, quite prepared to handle production equipment such as CNC machines during the development phase. That you are sociable and outgoing is very important for us. We believe that you are ambitious, enthusiastic about learning new things and keen to work in a high-tech environment. A very good knowledge of English is a requirement. We expect that you will be travelling 10–20 days per year and will attend customer meetings and trade fairs.

Are you interested, and would you like to join our team?
We look forward to your application. Please send it to For further information, please contact our recruitment consultant, Hans-Olof Bogren, tel +46 (0)70-665 77 12.

” are ambitious, enthusiastic about learning
and keen to work in a high-tech environment.”

Mafi attends at Elektroskandia´s Telecom day

On the 22nd of March Elektroskandia is hosting its popular telecom day in Kista, Stockholm, for the 8th time.
Together with MAFI, there will be 22 exhibitors.

We will attend with Samuel Enqvist, Sales and Marketing Manager, and Victor Bengtsson, Sales Sweden and Norway. We are happy to talk some shop, to show how our solutions can benefit your business or to answer any questions.
See you there!

If you want to attend, you can sign up here:
Sign up for Elektroskandia telekom day

MAFI is happy and proud to sponsor local and regional athletes and sports clubs in Sweden. Here we presentmotocross rider Rasmus Andersson.

Rasmus is aiming for
the top in motocross


On the 22nd of March Elektroskandia is hosting its popular telecom day in Kista, Stockholm, for the 8th time.
Together with MAFI, there will be 22 exhibitors.

Rasmus is from the small town Eksjö in southern Sweden. He began driving motocross since his dad Daniel was interested in the sport.
”He was the mechanic to friends who drove,” says Rasmus. ”Now he helps me in all my competitions”.
But also his mother Jessica, girlfriend Mathilda and sister Isabelle participates in most of the competitions.
To his greatest successes, Rasmus counts a 3rd place in the Danish championship, 3rd in 125 U17 Swedish Championship 2015, 3rd in Junior Swedish Championship MX2 250 2016 and 2nd in Junior Swedish Championship MX2 250 2017.

”This season I will compete in the Danish championships, the Swedish Championship, four competitions in the European Championships and some other competitions, including a race in the French championships,” he says.
His goal for this year is to win the Danish championships, be top five in the Swedish championship and to be at least 20th place in the European Championships´ races.

So, what´s the fun in driving motocross?
“The adrenaline, the speed, the jumps, challenging the other drivers and trying to be the best, he answers.
How does he see himself as a driver?
”I’m thinking a lot about how I drive, which track is best, not just trailing the others. And I drive thrifty, so I save my body. I do not gamble. Instead, I try to ride safely, and it’s a strategy that has proven to be successful. I have not missed any races due to injuries.”

What can you do better?
”Raising my lowest level, going faster in turns, for example, those are things I work on.”
And last, what’s happening next?
“Last Friday I went France and then I´m going to Belgium to train for six weeks. The courses are better there this time of year, and I can lay a good foundation for my driving and the Swedish Championship that begins in April.”
(Photos: Above, MARACING, right, MXCARRO.)