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News 13 Feb 2019
Group In general, Beijer Alma’s operations in the Nordic region, Europe, USA and Asia continued to experience strong demand with the exception of Germany and China, where a slowdown was noted.
Press release 04 Jan 2019
The number of votes in Beijer Alma AB has changed as a result of the conversion of a total of 5,000 Class A shares to 5,000 Class B shares.
Press release 10 Dec 2018
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Beijer Tech has today entered into an agreement to acquire the assets and liabilities in the Finnish company Uudenmaan Murskaus.

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Lesjöfors is a global manufacturer of springs, wire and flat strip components. Its comprehensive range includes both standard products and customized components. Read more about Lesjöfors >

Habia Cable

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Habia Cable is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of customized cables and cable harnesses. Most of its cables are used in high-tech applications in harsh environments. Read more about Habia Cable >

Beijer Tech

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Beijer Tech specializes in industrial trading and manufacturing. The company sells consumables, components and machinery to Nordic industrial companies. Read more about Beijer Tech >

Sustainability work

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The connection between successful business operations and corporate social responsibility is obvious. Our sustainability work contributes to a better world, creates new business opportunities, cuts costs, reduces risks and allows us to meet the demands and expectations of various stakeholders. Read more about our sustainability efforts >

Sustainability work in practice in our companies


    Successful quality development

    At Söderfors, Habia has trained several employees at the Green Belt level in Six Sigma, a program for quality development. Employees have been given the chance to gain new skills by periodically working in other departments. This has made Habia more flexible and means that more knowledge can be leveraged, for example, in the event of absences or capacity peaks.


    Supporting non-profit organizations

    Lesjöfors Stockholms Fjäder supports such organizations as the Swedish Sports Organization for the Disabled, the Swedish Police Sports Association, Save the Children and Night Walk Teams as well as local ventures such as Unga i Västerort (Youth in West Stockholm). Among other initiatives, Unga i Västerort offers homework assistance, soccer and dancing in socially challenged areas.


    Cables to withstand demands

    The Tata Steel company uses carts to transport small amounts of iron at its foundries. In this demanding environment, the cables that drive the carts are exposed to extreme pressure and, as a result, frequently need to be replaced. Habia has helped to design a cable that is better able to handle these extreme conditions. As a result, production disruptions and cable replacements have declined at Tata Steel.


    Internships for students

    Lesjöfors America cooperates with schools and universities, including offering internships to students from technical education programs.


    Tackling health issues

    Lesjöfors in Herrljunga has placed greater focus on health issues. In 2016/2017, all employees underwent a health examination that included psychosocial health. The wellness contribution was raised by 50 percent to encourage more employees to engage in physical activity in their free time. In conjunction with a joint exercise activity during the year, a collection was also taken for the Swedish Cancer Fund.


    Better work environment

    The UK company European Springs is investing in health and safety. By installing new, modern fan systems, air quality has been improved in several of the plant’s departments. Lifting devices were installed to reduce the need for heavy, manual lifting. A defibrillator was also installed in the premises and could save a life if an employee or visitor were to suddenly go into cardiac arrest Several employees have been specially trained in how to use the defibrillator.


    Partnerships with schools

    As part of the “We Educate” project, Lesjöfors Springs LV is cooperating with local compulsory schools. The aim is for theoretical study to be supplemented by practical skills from working life. Lesjöfors offers study visits, for example, that enhance students’ understanding of the business world and working life.


    Focus on education

    Four employees at Stece Fjädrar had the opportunity to combine work with studies during the year. They participated in the “More Efficient Production” training course organized by the University of Borås. Stece was also involved in an educational project in cooperation with an upper-secondary school. In Herrljunga, Lesjöfors extended its cooperation with an upper-secondary school by offering internships for adult students. Lesjöfors Stockholm Fjäder sponsored the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and the University of Halmstad by supplying springs for various school projects.


    More energy-efficient operations

    Lesjöfors Gas Springs has become more energy-efficient. The plant building has been given extra insulation and automatic control has been introduced for the gas used to heat the premises. This saves energy and reduces emissions. At the same time, LED lighting has been installed in parts of the premises, thereby reducing energy consumption. The company has also enhanced the efficiency of its transports and thus further cut its emissions.


    Lower energy consumption

    Habia’s Polish plant has reduced its energy consumption by about 30 MWh per year. This corresponds to 13 percent of the total energy consumption at the facility. The reduction was achieved by transitioning to LED lighting. Sorting at source has also been extended and now comprises four types of waste: paper, glass, plastic and organic waste. The plant in Poland also won first prize in the regional “Employer – organizer of safe work 2017” contest.


    Planning saves energy

    The plant in Norderstedt reduced its energy consumption by changing to LED lighting and through improved production planning for the salt bath process used in cable manufacturing. The time that the salt bath is heated was reduced by 48 hours per week, thus saving a large amount of energy.


    Reduced maintenance costs

    Habia is continuing to invest in LED lighting at the plant in Söderfors. All of the fittings at the plant will be replaced by early 2018. In addition to being more energy-efficient, LED bulbs have a longer lifetime. As a result, Habia is reducing its maintenance costs.


    Ergonomic product

    The fire hose is a firefighter’s lifeline and can play a crucial role in dangerous situations. Svebab has developed a fire hose that can help customers achieve work environment improvements. It is called Formtex and is a woven hose that weighs only a third of a traditional plastic or rubber hose. Svebab’s hoses generate ergonomic benefits since they are pliable and extremely flexible, have a low level of friction against surfaces and are generally easier to manage.


    Reducing emissions

    Lesjöfors Springs LV and Lesjöfors Gas Springs have jointly invested EUR 700,000 in a new surface treatment facility. The facility has increased the efficiency of the operations, while also improving the work environment thanks to the decrease in emissions. Both companies have also expanded their recycling, and waste volumes have declined as a result.


    Seamless management

    Several health and safety measures have been undertaken at Habia’s German plant in Norderstedt. Ergonomics were improved through the installation of adjustable desks and the use of new lifting and transportation aids. Material flows and storage spaces were remodeled in a manner that saves time, resulting in more efficient product management. The noise level was also reduced through the installation of noise insulation around compressors and other equipment.


    Environmental investments pay off

    The Lesjöfors company Centrum B reduced its environmental impact by investing in new, more efficient equipment. Improved filter technology helped to cut emissions in parts of the manufacturing process. By installing a heat pump for cooling and heating, these processes have become more energy-efficient at the same time as emissions have declined. Office spaces have been fitted with LED lighting, making the operation more energy-efficient.


    Internships and study visits

    Slovakian Centrum B collaborates with local upper-secondary technical schools and offers students internships. The company also cooperates with the technical university in Bratislava. The Latvian company Lesjöfors Gas Springs also receives study visits from schools every year and offers internships to young people.


    Optimized treatment equipment

    At its cable manufacturing plant in Changzhou, China, Habia cut its energy consumption per manufactured unit by nearly 25 percent. This was achieved through the optimization of technical equipment, including the treatment equipment for solvents and the heating facility at the plant.


    Environmental gains for customers

    Norspray offers customers in Norway containers of consumables located at the customer site.  This solution also generates environmental gains since the number of transports is reduced. Norspray fills the customer’s containers as required instead of making small deliveries after each use.


    Reduced environmental impact

    Customers also receive help to reduce their environmental impact. Lesjöfors Stockholms Fjäder advised SAAB to eliminate a type of surface treatment that did not improve the properties of its product. The company ABAT was recommended to change to a food grade oil in its gas springs. These springs are installed in waterworks from which many people receive their drinking water.


    Innovative electric motorbike

    Habia’s Hi-Flex cable was used in an international electric motorbike project. A group of students from the Netherlands designed and built an electric motorbike, on which they have since traveled around the world. The aim was to show that the future of transportation lies in electricity. The students drove 23,000 kilometers without generating any local emissions.


    Measures to reduce noise

    The German Lesjöfors company Velleuer is installing LED lighting in its premises. This provides energy savings and reduces the company’s environmental impact, since LED bulbs contain no mercury or other heavy metals. To improve the work environment, the company has invested in noise damping for the premises, adjustable desks, new ventilation that improves the indoor climate and new lifting devices to reduce the amount of manual lifting.


    Sponsoring sports and culture

    Habia sponsors various local sports clubs, the local branch of the PRO Swedish pensioners’ association and the Local History Society. The company also supports other local events, such as the Allsång music event in Tierp, which attracted 4,000 people in 2017.


    Work training for the unemployed

    Through cooperation with the municipality, Lesjöfors AS Bröndby is offering work training for the long-term unemployed. This period of internship makes it easier for participants to return to the ordinary labor market.


    Recycling on the rise

    Increasing amounts of waste at Lesjöfors America are being sorted and recycled, including cardboard, plastic and paper as well as scrap metal, stainless steel and wood.


    Environmentally friendly firefighting

    Beijer Tech’s subsidiary Svebab specializes in firefighting equipment. The company sells, for example, indoor fire hydrants that allow water to be used for effective and environmentally friendly extinguishing. The alternative is handheld extinguishers. These use chemicals as extinguishing agents and thus have a greater environmental impact. Maintaining and installing new hydrants that use a natural extinguishing agent, water, is thus an environmentally compatible measure.


    Program to promote recycling

    John While Springs Singapore has a recycling program for wooden pallets and corrugated board material. The company has also started transitioning to LED lighting to reduce its energy use.


    New ISO standard

    Lesjöfors’s operations in Värnamo, Lesjöfors, Nordmarkshyttan and Herrljunga were adapted to meet the new ISO 14001:2015 environmental standard and the new ISO 9001:2015 quality standard. During 2017, several companies were also adapted to IATF 16949:2016, the new quality standard for the automotive industry.


    Ergonomic grinding

    Tebeco has a new range of grinding and deburring machines that expands the machinery program and contributes to health and safety improvements. The new machines give customers the opportunity to enhance their production efficiency. Compared with manual grinding, the components can also be handled more ergonomically. This counteracts wear and tear and other work-related injury. The first facility was delivered in autumn 2017.


    Energy-saving tools

    Investments in new tools resulted in environmental improvements at Lesjöfors Stockholms Fjäder. The new shears not only provide energy savings, but also reduce the number of errors, resulting in less spillage and waste.


    Customized 3D printing

    Karlebo has invested in Sweden’s largest 3D printer for sand molds.  Using this technology, prototypes and castings in short series can be developed more rapidly. Another advantage is customization. Using the 3D printer, Karlebo supplies more complex components that can enhance performance and improve the precision of the customers’ products, for example, by contributing to energy savings in engines and pumps.


    Wellness program for all

    A review of workplace ergonomics resulted in a list of 15 improvements at Lesjöfors Stockholms Fjäder. Several of the workplaces have since been adjusted with the aim of achieving better and more comfortable work positions. Energy savings were also achieved by fitting the office windows with a solar film. As part of its wellness program, the company expanded its exercise groups so that all employees can find an activity that suits them.


    Doctor’s appointments at work

    At Lesjöfors America’s plant in Mexico, employees have the opportunity once a week to meet a physician to renew prescriptions or undergo simple medical procedures.


    Adapted quality standard

    At Lesjöfors China LTD, work is under way to adapt to the automotive industry’s TS16949 quality standard and will be completed in 2018. The company has installed LED lighting in all of its premises. This reduces energy consumption by about 80 percent compared with traditional lighting. Automatic fire alarms have been installed in the premises, which has enhanced safety.


    More efficient transport

    Lesjöfors America has taken control of transports between the US and Mexico. Through measures including the optimization of production planning transports have become more efficient, thus reducing freight costs and emissions. New fan systems have been installed in the US and Mexican plants. This has provided a more optimal indoor climate.


    Health and safety training

    To ensure a safe work environment, the staff at John While Springs Singapore undergo health and safety training with a focus on risks in the everyday environment. All employees also undergo regular health checks.