Environmental policy for SITAB

SITAB is an engineering company with its main business area within manufacturing components and spare parts for industrial companies. SITAB's business operations should be conducted efficiently and with a minimal use of resources such as energy, raw materials and other natural resources.

Our environmental work includes:

  • Prioritising manufacturing processes that, as far as is technically and financially possible, keeps the consumption of raw materials, energy and other natural resources to a minimum and are not damaging to the environment with regards to emissions and waste products.
  • Working continuously to improve the internal and external environment to keep our negative effect on the environment to a low and stable level.
  • Engaging our employees, customers and contractors in our environmental work.
  • Working towards increased recycling of waste products to limit the use of raw materials and to avoid excess use of landfill.
  • Having measureable goals for our environmental work to consistently show that we meet demands society presents us with.
  • Prevent pollution and limit the risk of accidents that may lead to negative effects on the environment.
  • In advance estimate the environmental consequences of new and changed business practices. As our production is mainly based on our customers’ requirements we shall openly and objectively assist them, where possible, to contribute to new solutions giving a positive effect on the environment.
Major order from the U.S
SITAB in Söderfors have received an order for 27 heat exchangers. The heat exchangers will be used in the US paper industry.

2011-04-27
SITAB acquires Sörehalls Mekaniska
SITAB in Sandviken is expanding and has purchased Sörehalls in Söderfors. The businesses complement one another with Sörehalls working within a smaller segment with lesser dimensions and weights than SITAB.

2009-11-18
We have our finger on the pulse of industry
In our modern and well equipped workshop we can perform what few others can within the field of lifting technology and thicker steel materials. Our brake press has a force of 540 tonnes x 3100 mm.

2009-11-18