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The new steel panels, with a motif depicting the Gothenburg road network, cut using laser technology. An impressive sight – not least in the evening and at night when the back-lighting behind the steel panels is illuminated.

Contributing to a more attractive traffic environment in central Gothenburg

700 metres of acid-proof stainless steel with laser-cut details!

This is Steeltech’s contribution for a better looking traffic environment in central Gothenburg. The assignment is part of the E45 project, “Lilla Bommen-Marieholm”, which was commissioned by the Swedish Transport Administration and is being implemented by Peab. This is undeniably an odd assignment for Steeltech, yet it is a recognition of the company’s technical know-how.

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Johan Löfgren is the project manager for Steeltech's Digitisation Project that focuses on the warehouse and stock-keeping process to make deliveries faster and safer.

Digitalisation promotes customer benefits

This spring, Steeltech has been working on the project Digiresan IUC West*. Together with Combitech, the focus has been to review the digitisation process in warehouses and other stock-keeping spaces. The aim has been to achieve safer and faster deliveries.

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New eco-friendly ice-makers from Scotsman

Together with Scotsman, Steeltech is at the technical forefront in terms of environmentally-friendly ice-making machines. With the EcoX series, we can now offer a brand-new range of machines where we only use natural refrigerants, such as R290 hydrocarbon and R744 carbon dioxide. These refrigerants are fully compliant with the new F-Gas Regulation (that regulates fluorinated greenhouse gases) and thus have no impact on the ozone layer.

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Our new employees – standing from left, back row: Patrik Söderström (Development), Mattias Agneskans (Developer), Per Pellsäter (Project Manager), Madeleine Warverud (Ordering), Knut Kroon (Goods Receiver) and Kristian Svennered (Development). Sitting from left: Johan Svensson (Welder) and Fredric Köpsén (Service Technician). Missing from the picture: Dennis Yngve (QA) and Mikael Westlund (Welder).

Expansion continues with new recruitments

Since the move to our new facility at Bultgatan in August last year, we have expanded our workforce by ten new employees in different departments. The new facility has enabled us to increase our rate of expansion and find new customers and businesses. We have also seen increased demand for our products and services among existing customers. By investing in business development, where we have employed three new members of staff, the need for project managers, administrative staff and production staff has also increased as a result of this. This development is of course pleasing, and we are convinced it will benefit all our customers. The photo above shows our new employees whom we are happy to welcome to Steeltech.

Björn Sjölin, CEO of Steeltech


Fredrik Köpsén is a new Service Technician at Steeltech Service. Welcome!

Focus on developing skills and extending service

The business is developing and the increased variety of products has also brought with it different customers and varying types of projects. With many different brands of machines and more models in our range, every day is different. This is often described as the challenge and the attraction of working as a service technician at Steeltech – regardless of whether you work in the Refrigeration or Industrial Kitchen division.

This year, our focus has been primarily on continuing to develop skills and extend services to all our customers. So far this year, we have completed training sessions in service and repairs for two of Sweden’s largest brands of dishwashers and ovens, and we have held several training sessions on safety.

We have also seen an increase in orders in the Marine division as well as increased service interventions in Industrial Dishwashers on a global scale. These are challenging assignments that both engage and develop our technicians and our organisation. We look forward to more challenges in the second half of the year.


We are closed during the summer weeks 28–31

During weeks 28 to 31 (8 July to 2 August), we remain closed for the summer holidays. We will be back again on Monday 5 August with our regular opening hours. However, our service unit will remain staffed throughout the summer.

Enjoy the summer!


SteelTech i Alingsås AB • Bultgatan 1 • 441 38 Alingsås • Sweden
Tel: +46 (0)322-66 89 30 • Fax: +46 (0)322-108 70
www.steeltech.se • marknad@steeltech.se

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