Svensson is a brand with a past as well as a future. Anchored in heritage, with a constant curiosity and drive to develop further.
Valuable drops for Christmas
This holiday season we are donating to WaterAid, giving the gift of water drops to those in need.
Improving access to clean water is a global challenge that Svensson is committed to supporting.
The dream of a perfect climate
In our 2018 end-of-the-year film, we take a moment to reflect that we are all responsible for our precious earth. Each one of us fulfills a role in this, whether big or small.
800 kilos of fabric make all the difference in Rwanda
In February we shipped 800 kilos of fabric from Svensson in Kinna, to Gasabo, a community in Rwanda where the fabrics will help create jobs and better living conditions for women and their families. Behind the project is Swedish manufacturing company Safeman and partner Svensson, supplying both curtains and upholstery fabrics.
The Svensson teamwork - All for one
Svensson has all the skills it needs in-house, from research and development to design and production. We quizzed four employees about smart collaboration across departmental boundaries, and what that means in practice.
Perfect climate - The birth of the climate screen
Svensson today exports climate screens to over 130 countries. Here two of the architects behind its success, Göran Henningsson and Cees den Boer, recall how it all began in the 1970s with a load of scrap and a brilliant idea.
Inside Interview with Anne & Anders
Anne and Anders Ludvigson’s great-grandfather founded Svensson in 1887. The fourth generation to run the family company are leading it towards an increasingly bright future. Today, Svensson is recognized as one of Europe’s 1,000 most inspiring and fastest-growing companies. The secret of their success remains the same: the expertise of its staff and an ability to constantly reinvent itself.
Family ties - Meet the Gunnarsson family
Svensson has many loyal workers. And sometimes entire families who work at the company. Thomas Gunnarsson’s co-workers include his brother, son and son-in-law, and even members of their families.
Orphan children in Uganda able to grow vegetables in one of the harshest climates worldwide
Svensson supports the Mission Servants Ministry's Child Redeemed Mission home (CRM) in Uganda, Africa through a donation of Solarwoven Ultra, a reinforced transparent cover for the newly built greenhouse on the Child Redeemed Mission home's grounds.