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Time flies. Now it’s a year since we launched our new brand Jernbro with pomp and circumstance at the Maintenance Fair in Gothenburg. The name change made us even clearer in the market and allowed us to adapt the offer entirely to Swedish industry.

From the start, the reactions from our customers were very positive. Many appreciated our wide offer and in-depth skills that make Swedish industry flow both more safely and efficiently.

Another thing that has been important to us since the start is our local presence, which creates growth in the places where we are. Today we are close to you in 25 locations around the country.

Today we are one of Sweden’s leading industrial service providers and look forward to continuing to help Swedish industry flow better

Why did we choose to be called Jernbro?

Jernbro originated in our deep knowledge of industrial services. The bridge is there to convey knowledge to our customers, reinforced by the shape of the bridge in our logo.

But there is another dimension. The name can also be traced back to the late 1700s, when the world’s first iron bridge was built in a village in southwest England. The village was named Ironbridge and is today known as the birthplace of the industrial revolution. The bridge is, of course, still there today.

The name Jernbro reflects our competence, our proximity to our customers and the industry we operate in.


We are where our customers are.

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Maintenance Manager Kenneth Brännbacka appreciates Jernbro's proximity.
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Kenneth Lovidius Sales Manager, CCO Stockholm +46 10-483 01 62 Email

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