• Innovative solutions for aluminium extrusions and components

  • Finishing and refining your extrusions

  • Making things simple

  • Automotive

    Raufoss Technology

    Raufoss Technology in Norway specialises in systems and components for the automotive industry. Concentrating on safety components for chassis designs means that innovation, low weight and high quality requirements are of the greatest importance to Raufoss. Aluminium, with its low weight and good properties, is therefore seen as a material for the future by the automotive industry.

  • Automotive

    Bombardier

    Aluminium components from ProfilGruppen form vital parts in the production of up to 860 new high-speed trains. The trains are being built by Bombardier – the world leader in railway drive systems and control equipment. Series production will begin in 2012.

  • Electronics

    Increased cooling capacity

    Supercool AB in Gothenburg is the market leader in Sweden in thermoelectric systems. The company manufactures cooling solutions for the automotive and medical engineering industries, among others. In the autumn of 2002, Supercool and ProfilGruppen began a pioneering project with the goal of developing an entirely new generation of cooling extrusions.

  • Electronics

    Index Braille

    Of course it’s possible to develop products in a single project that provide higher quality, better performance, lower weight and less maintenance. Just ask Index Braille – makers of high quality Braille embossers – following their extremely successful development collaboration with ProfilGruppen.

  • Interior design

    HÅG

    The Norwegian company HÅG develops and manufactures ergonomic office chairs. Qualities such as dynamic ergonomics, visual design, environment and quality have made HÅG one of Scandinavia's leading manufacturers.

  • Interior design

    Thermor Pacific

    Strävan efter minskad energiförbrukning genomsyrar praktiskt taget alla sektorer i samhället. Den franska radiatortillverkaren Thermor Pacific utvecklar och marknadsför energibesparande radiatorer för bostäder och lokaler.

  • Industry & Construction

    Skandinaviska Glassystem

    Swedbank’s new head office in Sundbyberg, with space for 2,500 employees, will boast almost 15,000 square metres of glazed facade. Skandinaviska Glassystem is responsible for the glass sections and ProfilGruppen will deliver the extrusions the glass is set in.