HANZA Signs Three-Year Deal with ABB


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Manufacturing strategist HANZA Holding AB has signed an agreement with ABB Norway. The work will be done from HANZA’s Swedish cluster, which offers machine work, sheet metal, printed circuit boards and assembly. The initial three-year contract is worth about 25 MSEK annually.

“HANZA’s modern cluster approach to manufacturing ensures we support our customers with the latest technology, shortening lead times and helping reduce the environmental impact,” said Dag Furtemark, Cluster Manager Sweden at HANZA. “We look forward to continue supporting ABB.”

The contract consists of manufacturing mechanical parts and systems, and it will be carried out at HANZA’s Swedish cluster for deliver to ABB in Norway.

“We have a close collaboration with HANZA's cluster in Sweden, which has an industry-leading degree of automation in the manufacture of sheet metal,” said Thor-Erik Kristiansen, Purchasing Manager at ABB AS. “This, combined with the proximity to our factory, makes manufacturing both cost-effective and environmentally more sustainable.”

 

About ABB

ABB is a pioneer in technology and drives industrial digitization toward the future. Innovation is in everything ABB does and much of the technology that drives modern society has been developed by ABB. Every day, ABB raises the efficiency, safety and productivity of energy companies, industry, transport and infrastructure around the world. With a history spanning more than 130 years, ABB operates in more than 100 countries and employs approximately 147,000 people.

 

About HANZA

HANZA modernizes and streamlines the manufacturing industry. We create shorter lead time with more environmentally friendly processes and increase profitability for clients by bringing together different manufacturing technologies locally. Founded in 2008, HANZA today has an annual revenue of 1.8 billion SEK and operates in Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic and China. Among HANZA’s clients are leading companies like ABB, Epiroc, Getinge, Saab Defense och Siemens. For more information visit www.hanza.com.

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