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Following procurement proceedings, Lantmännen Lantbruk has signed an agreement with Jernbro Industrial Services giving Jernbro the opportunity to deliver and develop production maintenance at about 30 plants in Sweden. The agreement, which will be implemented gradually, is valid for three years with an option to extend.

Lantmännen is one of the largest Groups in the Nordic region within the food, machinery, energy and agricultural industries. The Group is owned by 25,000 Swedish farmers, operates in more than 20 countries, has more than 10,000 employees and a turnover of 37 billion SEK. Lantmännen’s core business lies within the Agricultural division, which develops and markets products and services for a strong competitive agriculture.

The framework agreement gives Jernbro the opportunity to deliver and develop production maintenance for Lantmännen Lantbruk in Sweden.

“We are proud and inspired to be given the opportunity to develop maintenance processes for Lantmännen Lantbruk. Our strength lies in our maintenance concept and our geographical coverage enabling us to help Lantmännen Lantbruk increase operational reliability in their production facilities through consistent maintenance processes. This framework agreement is very important to Jernbro,” says Bengt Håkansson, CEO at Jernbro Industrial Services AB.

For more information, contact

Berndt Johansson, Business Development, Jernbro Industrial Services AB
+46 10 483 11 83
berndt.johansson@jernbro.com

“We are proud and inspired to be given the opportunity to develop maintenance processes for Lantmännen Lantbruk. Our strength lies in our maintenance concept and our geographical coverage enabling us to help Lantmännen Lantbruk increase operational reliability in their production facilities through consistent maintenance processes. This frame agreement is very important to Jernbro.”
Bengt Håkansson, CEO at Jernbro Industrial Services AB

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