AddLife was formed in June 2015 and represents the incorporation of the former Life Science business area within the Addtech Group. AddLife’s business is therefore based on a proven business model. The legacy from Addtech – and Bergman & Beving before that – means that AddLife builds on a successful history stretching back 100 years.
On March 16, 2016, AddLife shares were listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and during the year we were established as listed company. Our success and expansion continued with four acquisitions, the takeover of two operations and organic growth that far exceeded the average market growth.
In 2005, Addtech acquired parts of the MediTech business area from B&B Tools (formerly Bergman & Beving) and formed the Life Science business area. In June 2015 this business area formed the AddLife Group.
In the early 1990s, Bergman & Beving included several companies providing laboratory and process equipment, as well as dental products with medical plastics. In 1997, Triolab was acquired and in connection with the acquisition, the operations were streamlined to form the Lab and
Diagnostics market areas. In 1997, Meditech was also formed, one of four divisions within Bergman & Beving.
In 1906, technology trading company Bergman & Beving was founded with the business concept of focusing on imports of technological products for the industrial sector in Sweden. In the late 1940s, the company signed an agreement with Radiometer and this became the first step into the Life Science area of operations.