Firma Nederman podjęła decyzję o zakończeniu produkcji w Arboga i przeniesieniu działalności gospodarczej do polskiego oddziału Nederman w Markach.

Nederman przenosi produkcję do Polski
Nederman move business activities from Arboga to Poland

Nederman has made a decision to close their production unit in Arboga and move these business activities to the Nederman production unit in Marki, Poland.

The Arboga division has been a production and assembling unit of machining equipment for the recycling and eco-friendly handling process within the machining industry.

Anders Franzén, VP Operations, Nederman, Our decision to move these activities from Sweden to Poland is a direct outcome of the present integration procedure of our acquired company Dantherm Filtration. Our objective with the relocation is to further strengthen our competiveness within this market.

The transfer process of the business activities to Poland will commence immediately and are estimated to be completed by the end of the first quarter, 2011.

The close down in Arboga will affect a total of 16 blue- and white collar workers whereupon negotiations with the Trade Union begins directly.

Facts about Nederman
Nederman is one of the world's leading companies supplying products and services in the environmental technology sector. The company's products and systems are contributing to the creation of clean and safe working environments focusing on clean air, recycling and environmentally friendly transport management.
Nederman's offering on the market encompasses everything from the design stage through to installation, commissioning and servicing. Sales and marketing are carried out via subsidiaries in 27 countries as well as agents and distributors in over 30 countries.
Nederman develops and produces in its own manufacturing and assembly units in 8 countries.
In April 2010, Dantherm Filtration, with its primary focus on industrial air filtration, was acquired.
The Group was floated in 2007 on OMX Small Cap list; it has circa 1500 employees and a turnover of circa 2 billion SEK.


Źródło: Nederman Polska Sp. z o.o.