Stockholm exchange. Sector: Industrials. Industry: Industrial Distribution. Location Sweden, Stockholm.

Addtech AB (publ.) [ADDT-B.STSweden

150.4USD1.7 (-1.13%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

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About Addtech AB (publ.)

Addtech AB (publ.) operates as a technology trading company in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, rest of Europe, and internationally. The company operates through Automation, Electrification, Energy, Industrial Solutions, and Process Technology segments. It markets and sells intelligent solutions, subsystems, and components to industrial automation and infrastructure sector, including solutions for robotics, control systems, sensors, and industrial and communication networks. The company also offers battery systems; connectivity solutions; and intelligent power products, electronics, motors, and powertrain solutions. In addition, it produces and sells products for electricity transmission and electrical installation, as well as safety products for traffic and the home environment; and electricity distribution and communication network products to electricity network operators, contractors, wholesalers, railway companies, industrial customers, and hospitals. Further, the company produces and sells solutions and systems primarily for the forest, special vehicles, mechanical, and waste/recycling industries, as well as provides hydraulic solutions. Additionally, it provides process components, equipment, and systems for creating and processing flows; provides emission control products; and markets and sells instruments and valves for regulating and monitoring pressure, levels, flows, and energy. The company was founded in 1906 and is based in Stockholm, Sweden.

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