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There are two things that distinguish Jernbro. First that the company has a wide offering and expertise that gets production to flow better. Second that the company invests heavily locally, fueling growth in local communities.

“The company’s goal is that the community should grow and develop with Jernbro. That’s why we invest locally,” says CEO Bengt Håkansson.

“Many of us at Jernbro live locally which is why we care about the community’s growing power and strive to develop business relations with companies in the area. In this way we secure the right skills in our customer’s neighbourhood.”

The new name, which was presented at the Maintenance Trade Fair in Gothenburg on March 8, allows the company to be even clearer in the market.

“The skills within Jernbro are unbeatable,” says Bengt Håkansson. “We can help industry develop both their maintenance and production facilities. The objective is to improve productivity while reducing total costs.”

Jernbro is present in 20 locations in Sweden today. Closeness to the customer means the right competence is available locally and that the company can quickly provide the right resources at the right time. Closeness also means that Jernbro gets to know the customer’s processes and challenges.



Jernbro is one of Sweden’s leading players in industrial services. Every day, year round, we help industry flow both more safely and efficiently. We are where our customers are. In-depth competence means we can develop both your maintenance and your production plant.

Jernbro was previously part of Coor Service Management. The companies went separate ways in June, 2015.

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