History - Würth Industri Sverige AB

History

Würth Industri Sverige AB was founded in 1986 under the name of Nordiska Bult AB. In December 2006, Nordiska Bult AB became part of the Würth Group, and in August 2010 the name of the company was officially changed to Würth Industri Nordiska AB. In 2013, the company was merged with Arvid Nilsson Industry Sweden and the company name changed into Würth Industri Sverige. The warehouse is located in Kungälv and the office in Askim. Today, Würth Industri Sverige has 54 employees, of whom 20 are directly employed in marketing and sales.

Würth Industri Sverige is a wholesale company operating in the fasteners sector, with a range of products comprising approximately 12,000 standard and customized special items at its warehouse in Sweden. The principal stock is held in Bad Mergentheim. Würth Industri Sverige will be expanding its product range considerably with, among other items, C parts from the warehouse in Bad Mergentheim, which will effectively put the company in a strong position to offer its customers different levels of logistic solutions along the entire chain, including a total Kanban system. Consequently, Würth Industri Sverige will become an essential northern extension, of Würth Industrie Service.Würth Industri Sverige’s vision is becoming the leading supplier of C-parts to the swedish industry