NOTE Secures Deal with Industrial Group

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NOTE has won a new deal for a leading international group in the area of Motion and Control. NOTE will manufacture the electronics for advanced control units for different types of machines and vehicles. Development and production preparations are ongoing and batch production is expected to start during the first quarter of next year. The potential in the collaboration is significant and sales are initially estimated to amount to approximately SEK 50 million/year. The manufacturing will take place at NOTE's plant in Torsby.

“Our operations in Sweden continue to develop very positively. We continue to win new deals, both for new and existing customers. This deal is proof that professional and demanding industrial customers appreciate our strong offer with high technical competence as well as industry-leading quality and delivery precision. We estimate that this expanded collaboration will develop very strongly already in 2021”, says Johannes Lind-Widestam, CEO and President.



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