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

Bufab AB (publ) [BUFAB.STSweden

208USD1 (+0.48%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

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About Bufab AB (publ)

Bufab AB (publ) operates as a trading company that provides solutions for sourcing, quality control, and logistics for C-parts in Sweden and internationally. It offers metal or plastic fasteners comprising screws, bolts, nuts, rivets, pins, washers, etc.; and other small metal, rubber, and plastic parts, including cables, springs, and electronic fasteners. The company also provides stainless steel bolts under the BUMAX brand name; and special products, such as access hardware, cold formed parts, die cast parts, electrical products, machined parts, magnets, plastic parts, rubber parts, stamping and pressing parts, tools and equipment, and turned parts. In addition, it offers assembled parts, add on products, and special packaging and kitting solutions. Further, the company provides supply chain services. It serves customers in a range of manufacturing industries, including the technology, electronics/telecommunications, consumer goods, transportation and construction, furniture, and automotive sectors, as well as the offshore and refining industry. The company was formerly known as Bufab Holding AB (publ) and changed its name to Bufab AB (publ) in June 2015. Bufab AB (publ) was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Värnamo, Sweden.

Bufab is a full-service Supply Chain Partner for C-Parts, making it effortless for you to solve your challenges in the supply chain.

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