During the years, the organisation has grown through acquisitions, takeovers and organically to become one of Sweden’s leading companies within industrial services.
Coor Industrial Services changes its name to Jernbro.
New group parent company is formed – On June 15, Coor Industrial Services is separated from the other parts of Coor, and is now run as an independent umbrella company under Cinven.
Start of engineering activities in Södertälje and a hub for local services in Oxelösund/Nyköping. Outsourcing deal with Stora Enso Wood (Ala sawmill) in Ljusne outside Söderhamn.
Coors group structure is changed so that Industrial Services is a more independent profit centre.
Outsourcing contract of production maintenance, internal logistics and other services with Trelleborg Sealing Profiles in Värnamo.
EuroMaint Industry is acquired with a focus on automotive and manufacturing industries as well as the energy sector. Increased international presence mainly through the unit for manufacturing special machines.
Take-over of Kemira’s maintenance and engineering operations creates a base in southern Sweden and in the chemical industry.
Etablishment in East Sweden through the acquisition of Sapa Industriservice in Finspång. Focus on the steel and manufacturing industries.
Establishment in Bergslagen and Mälardalen. Entry into new industries: Steel and Pulp & Paper.
Current owner, venture capital company Cinven Ltd, acquires Coor from 3i.
Today’s Jernbro started its investment in production services throught the acquisition of AB Volvo’s service company Celero. Focus on the automotive industry.