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Jernbro Industrial Services AB and Heidenhain Scandinavia AB have signed a cooperation agreement
for the Swedish market which focuses on control and positioning systems.

The collaboration means that Jernbro will function as a technical center for Heidenhain’s new and existing customers in Sweden. You could say that Jernbro will be Heidenhain’s extended arm towards the market.

– The purpose is to increase our own presence in the market while we, together with Jernbro, can provide better and faster support. We are very happy to have had the opportunity to collaborate with a company like Jernbro that has long experience and a lot of knowledge about service of machine tools, says Per Wincent, CEO of Heidenhains Scandinavia AB.

Mats Ahrling, business developer at Jernbro:
– I am really looking forward to enter this joint work of growing each other’s business. The collaboration will also give us in-depth knowledge of Heidenhain’s control systems and products. For us, it’s important to maintain a high level of competence in electronics, electric motor and maintenance services in order to continue to be the best possible supplier and collaboration partner.

– We appreciate that we and Jernbro share the same DNA when it comes to customer satisfaction, striving for perfection and drive to find the best possible solutions, concludes Per Wincent.

The cooperation agreement between Jernbro and Heidenhain applies from January 2021.

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