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The agreement runs for three years with an option to renew. The agreement began on March 1, 2016.

SSAB is a Nordic- and US-based steel company. The company is a leading global manufacturer of advanced high strength and hardened steel, standardized sheet metal and coarse sheet, pipe products and design solutions in the construction sector. The company has an annual steel production capacity of 8.8 million tonnes. Today, SSAB has production facilities in Sweden, Finland and the United States.

According to the new framework agreement, Jernbro will perform mechanical maintenance at SSAB in Borlänge.

“We are proud and happy for the trust to start delivering mechanical maintenance to SSAB in Borlänge. Our strength lies in our maintenance concept and our 300 maintenance mechanics that enable us to support SSAB in their ambition to develop safe and cost-effective world-class maintenance. This framework agreement is very important and is the basis for our continued expansion in the region,” says Bengt Håkansson, CEO of Jernbro

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