Husqvarma opens new Swedish factory

By Lindsay Gale17 November 2010

Husqvarna Construction Products has announced the official opening of a new factory in Åsbro, Sweden, where its DXR range of demolition robots will be produced. The company said that in addition, its wall and wire saws and some of its drilling systems will be produced at Åsbro. The new plant is an important addition to Husqvarna's research and development ability, and will also added to its delivery and service capacity, the company said.

According to CEO Anders Stroby; "The Åsbro facility further increases our possibility to focus on the basis of our business - delivering machines and equipment that make the construction worker's job easier and more efficient."

The company has reported an increased demand for its product ranges in 2010, and it also believes that it has grown its market share in the sectors in which it operates.

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