PartnerTech inaugurates the new premises in Chang’an, Dongguan, as part of the ambition to strengthen the offering and complement the existing operations in China.
PartnerTech also acquires Aerodyn AB, a contract manufacturer of products such as heavy components for ship propulsion with propeller systems or water jets.
PartnerTech in Atlanta expands and moves to larger facilities.
At the Annual General Meeting April 27, Leif Thorwaldsson takes over as CEO and President after Rune Glavare.
PartnerTech opens a new plant in Myslowice, Poland, for sheet metal processing and systems integration.
New customer orientation and restructuring program were completed. PartnerTech went from 15 to 10 facilities with common processes and customer focused mini factories.
Rune Glavare took over as CEO and President after Mikael Jonson.
PartnerTech begins operating in the UK and Norway. The company acquires Hansatech Group (UK) and TH Kristiansen AS (Norway).
Aquires KSH-Productor Oy in Finland.
PartnerTech takes over the Saab Bofors Dynamics machining center in Karlskoga. PartnerTech’s machining operations are incorporated into the Karlskoga unit, forming one of Sweden’s largest and most advanced production facilities in the sector.
By acquiring Vellinge Electronics AB, PartnerTech shores up its leadership in the Swedish contract manufacturing industry. By focusing on purchasing/logistics and after sales, the company positions itself as a supplier of total solutions.
After acquiring EQ Elektroniq AB, Stockholm and Baltic Microwave Sp.z o.o, PartnerTech begins operating in two Polish cities and wins business in Central Europe.
PartnerTech begins operating in the United States and China. The company acquires Temo Finmekaniska AB, a precision mechanics firm in Stockholm.
Partner Tech acquires HP Tronic AB in Ljungby, an electronics firm, as well as Bergslagens Mekaniska AB and Artur Johansson Teknik AB in Karlskoga, both of which manufacture mechanical equipment.
PartnerTech is quoted on the O list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange.
The business changes its name to PartnerTech. The combination of mechanics and electronics becomes a key niche, and the company enters the medical manufacturing market.
The business focuses entirely on external contract manufacturing, standing out for its ability to take on total solution assignments, i.e. a combination of development and production.
The business partners with IBM on contract manufacturing assignments.
Production of electromechanical calculators expands. Construction of the current production facility in Åtvidaberg.
The company designs the first Swedish computer, which attracts a great deal of attention, particularly for its carrousel storage. The partition of magnetic tapes into 64 ingeniously located reels significantly shortens access time.
Production starts up for mechanical calculators, which become a highly successful Swedish export under the Facit label.
AB Åtvidabergs Förenade Industrier begins making furniture and office equipment in Åtvidaberg.
PartnerTech starts up a copper mining company