Swede-Wheel Ningbo is growing fast. With a new location, Swede-Wheel Ningbo shifts the focus from being a logistics hub to a reflection of its Swedish counterpart. This means a major upgrade of the machinery and increased attention on testing and quality. The initiative is in line with the entire Swede-Wheel Group's vision, to create a easier everyday life for our customers.
Stockholm got a new design
Swede-Wheels Stockholm series is a polymer based castor with a versatile design. Perfect for material handling equipment...
Wheels for beginners - by a beginner
William is the new marketing communicator at Swede-wheel. In this series of texts, William will write about what he learns about wheels.
Swede-Wheel continue the expansion in Germany
Did you know that Hamburg is the city in Germany with both the most bridges and established Swede-Wheel offices?
Get to know our new market communicator, William Lind
We welcome our new Marketing Communicator William Lind to Swede-Wheel and Hillerstorp! We sat down and talked for a while to get to know him a little better.
SWEDE-WHEEL AB expands in Germany
As the leading manufacturer of castors and one of the market leaders for wheels and castors in Scandinavia Swede-Wheel AB, based in Hillerstorp (SE) and with a subsidiary in Ningbo (CN), will significantly strengthen its presence in Germany, Austria and Switzerland by establishing a sales organisation and a distribution centre.
Mats on the Elastic rubber wheels
"There is an plethora of different elastic wheels, what is the main difference and what should you keep in mind when choosing an elastic wheel?"
Get to know our new R&D Manager, Hans "Hasse" Odin
We are incredibly happy to welcome Hans “Hasse” Odin as the new leader of the product development team. Below we want to introduce our new product manager to you.
Mats elaborates - The difference between Nylon and PP (Blogg)
Hard wheels. What exactly is the difference between PA6 / Nylon and PP and what should one consider choosing a hard plastic wheel. In this post, our technical salesman Mats goes a little more in depth about the differences and also invites you to a few shorter anecdote/memories from the past.
A high level of automation gets the wheels turning at Swede-Wheel
It’s never been clearer before. The concept of locally produced is gaining traction and lead times are becoming even shorter. For Swede-Wheel, this means that we’ve made, and are making, big investments in production flows, automation and storage capacity.