Svensson was founded in Sweden in 1887, growing into a leading textile producer over the years. With high-quality climate screens, Svensson grew to become a worldwide market leader for international horticulture.
Svensson contributes $5000 Scholarship to Ceickor University
As part of our dedication to education Svensson has joined forces with Ceickor University in the sponsorship of a $5000 Scholarship grant to the University.
Solarwoven covers dome in art project
"Jukebox for Plants" was an art project which Svensson wrote about in March. Now, a new project by the same artist is presented and Svensson has, just like for the last project, Svensson once again donated Solarwoven screen.
Climate screens installed in an innovative Hybrid House
The Hybrid House is a brand new type of self-sufficient housing. On one side there is greenhouse construction, and on the other side there is an isolated residential area.
Innovation and competence in focus when the Speaker of the Riksdag came to Svensson
Last week, Svensson received a number of distinguished guests. Urban Ahlin, the Speaker of the Riksdag and Lars Bäckstrom, the Royal Governor were accompanied by MPs from the district.
Svensson educates professionals on the use of screens at Ceickor University
Located in Querétaro, Mexico, Ceickor University is a center for education that opened its doors in 2014 with the aim and commitment to educate and generate professional talent in Mexico's protected agricultural sector.
Svensson supports Native Plant Pollinator Garden Planting Day at local high school
On April 15, 2016 Svensson participated in Native Plant Pollinator Garden Planting Day at West Mecklenburg High School in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Team Svensson races together to find a cure for brain tumors
Ludvig Svensson, Inc. proudly united to participate in the Charlotte Brain Tumor Race on Saturday, April 2nd, 2016, in support of the fight against brain tumors!
New Svensson innovation gives more light to plants
By launching the next generation of Harmony climate screens, Svensson is taking diffused light to the next level. Recent field tests show that plants in shade spots receive 32% more light with the new Harmony screen than with the classic Harmony version.