ESD-Center is a value adding partner to companies active within PCB and electronic manufacturing. Our ambition is to support our customers to be effective, competetive and profitable by;
ESD-Center has 18empolyes and an annual turnover of approx 70MSEK. Our head quarter with customer support, administration, logistic and warehouse is located in Malmö. We have a sales and service office in Stockholm.
Since April 2018 we have an office in Ski (Norway) with sales, warehouse and "home base" for our third service engineer.
ESD-Center is a part of Addtech Components Sweden which is a business unit within the Addtech group.
Addtech is a group of tech trade companies who add both technical and financial values in the link between manufacturer and customer. Addtech is active on selected niche areas on the market for high tech products and solutions. The Addtech group consist of 120 seperate companies, has approx 2 200 employes and a turnover for approx 7biljon SEK and sales in more than 30 countries.
For us at ESD-Center quality is to place the customer in focus/centre. We ensure to fulfil our quality policy
For ESD-Center AB, environmental issues are an integral part of the business with a view to achieve sustainable development, which means that the use of natural resources so that future generations are not compromised living conditions. This will be achieved through a continuous effort to continuously improve and prevent pollution. ESD-Center's operations consist primarily of trade and distribution, so the environmental impact is mainly attributable to the transport and packaging.
An important part of the environmental work in the trade and distribution is an established supplier cooperation focused to reduce the environmental impact of products throughout the manufacturing process. Choosing eco-friendly packaging solutions and to deploy them in a resource efficient manner is also of great importance. ESD Centre Ltd has a commitment to comply with environmental laws and environmental regulations. Environmental measures will be taken as long as it is technically feasible, economically viable and environmentally justified.
For more information contact Stefan Sjökvist, MD