Business area Labtech
Labtech provides products, solutions and services in fields such as diagnostics, biomedical research and laboratory analysis.
The subsidiaries in the Labtech business area work closely with customers and suppliers through highly developed local sales and service organisations. The companies have strong market positions and highly qualified personnel.
The business area offers products and solutions, including equipment, consumables and reagents, used for diagnose disease or to conduct research. Our companies also provides training and technical service to facilitate effective equipment use. As a distributor, we have the possibility to respond quickly to a changing market and to deliver customer tailored solutions.
Innovation helps us to develop our working methods
- Torill Wertebach and Catherine Pettersen, Bergman Diagnostika AS Norge
We have started using the Smarketing method, which effectively connects the sales and marketing department to develop communication with our customers. Innovative thinking is one of our core values and must permeate everything from organizational development to new ways of reaching customers.
- Dedicated and highly qualified employees with many years of experience in the segment
- High quality products, service, training programmes and advisory services
- Long term collaboration with leading suppliers and exclusive distribution rights
- Strong technical service organisation with local support
Employees with extensive knowledge
- Peter Simonsbacka, Business Area Manager Labtech
New products are constantly being developed in the laboratory segment and our challenge is to find tomorrow's products for the customers of the future. Therefore we need employees with extensive knowledge of the industry and a high-level scientific knowledge. Building long-term relationships with the customer is a key factor for our success.
Labtech 2021 in figures
Net sales: 4,373 SEKm
EBITA: 977 SEKm
Share of net sales: 55%
Net sales by market Labtech 2021
News from our Labtech subsidiaries
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