Stockholm exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Information Technology Services. Location Sweden, Västerås.

Prevas AB [PREV-B.STSweden

95.3USD3.9 (+4.09%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

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About Prevas AB

Prevas AB provides technical consultancy services in Sweden. The company provides embedded systems and intelligent sensors, industrial Linux, Internet of Things, medical technology products, products and platform based solutions, product life cycle management solutions, and systems for aftermarket and field service, as well as test system design services. It also offers automation and robot, enterprise asset management, enterprise manufacturing intelligence, production improvement, and industrial digitalization solutions, as well as manufacturing execution systems and industrial IT products. In addition, the company provides smart service, a system for smart decision-making. It serves automotive, energy, food and beverage, life science, defense, manufacturing, metals and minerals, oil and gas, consumer products, pulp and paper, and telecom industries. The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Västerås, Sweden.

Prevas is a development hub with ingenuity at its core. With a high technical competence and a deep business understanding, we help customers from a wide variety of industries benefit through continuous technological innovation. Good for people, planet, and profit. Prevas was established in 1985 and currently employs 800 people in Sweden, Denmark and Norway

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