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KSB in Sweden

For over 90 years, KSB Sverige AB has been a key supplier of pumps and valves for the Swedish industry. A combination of high-quality products, qualified employees and regional presence allows us to provide top-notch services and tailored solutions to customers all across the country.

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About us

At KSB Sverige AB, we place great importance on providing you with the best service we can. Currently, we have over 70 qualified employees working for us. We’re big enough to offer a range of specialised products for most branches of the Swedish industry and small enough to give you fast support when you need it.

We offer high-quality products and services for a variety of market segments: building services, industry, energy, water and waste water, as well as general service. Since 2008, our subsidiary Pumphuset Sverige AB further complements our service portfolio.

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Locations

KSB Sverige AB with its head office in Göteborg has sales offices in Gävle and Sala and workshops in Göteborg, Örebro and Gävle. Beyond Sweden’s borders, KSB is present in over 100 countries with sales offices, agencies and manufacturing facilities. Wherever you are, our expert customer support is never far.

Management

Meet our KSB Sverige AB management team responsible for KSB’s operations in Sweden.

Managing Director is Bo Gerdin a role he shares with Deputy MD Sarah Björk.

Other management team members are Anders Randling (Sales Manager Energy, Process), Mikael Berglund (Sales Manager W&WW, BS, OEM Industry), Niklas Dahlgren (Manager Project Business), Andreas Heiser-Toivanen (Service Manager), Anja Lammers (Manager After Sales), Lizette Mayer (Manager Sales Support), AnnaPia Klevensparr (HR/QA) and Kristian Persson (Finance).

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History

KSB stands for continuous innovation based on tradition. Discover the history of KSB Sverige AB in a nutshell – from our first steps to our most recent developments.


2017

KSB AG acquires the remaining share of KSB MÖRCK. Therafter company name changed to KSB Sverige AB.

2008

KSB MÖRCK acquires the brand-neutral service company Pumphuset Sverige AB.

1988

KSB founds KSB MÖRCK AB in an effort to manage sales through KSB-owned subsidiaries in Europe.

1959

C.A MÖRCK acquires the right to sell KSB’s valve range.

1926

C.A MÖRCK signs a contract with KSB Aktiengesellschaft regarding the distribution of pumps.

1912

On 19 April 1912, C.A MÖRCK is founded by the engineer Carl-Adolf Mörck.

1887

KSB becomes a public limited company (“Aktiengesellschaft”), with Johannes Klein at its head.

1871

Johannes Klein receives a patent on his newly-invented “boiler feed apparatus”. Together with Friedrich Schanzlin and Jakob Becker, he founds the company “Frankenthaler Maschinen- & Armatur-Fabrik Klein, Schanzlin & Becker” to manufacture boiler feed equipment and valves.

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Events

Discover the latest events from KSB Sverige AB.

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KSB Group

The KSB Group is one of the leading suppliers of quality pumps and valves and related services with an annual sales revenue of almost 2200 million euros, the company has a presence on all continents with its own sales and marketing organisations, manufacturing facilities and service operations. KSB employs more than 15,000 people. The success of the company is founded on innovative technology that is the fruit of its own global research and development activities. As well as customers and employees, KSB also serves society at large. Examples of our CSR activities include environmental and educational projects. We are committed to the United Nations’ Global Compact. Its principles reinforce social, environmental and economic fairness worldwide.

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