Väderstad is expanding

An impressive new factory centre for Väderstad signals the continued growth of the brand

The new factory centre will house many of the models the brand is famous for around the world

There’s no denying that it has been a challenging year for many global brands. However, Väderstad, one of the world’s leading companies in tillage and planting, is investing in a new factory centre in Väderstad.

Due to open in 2022 and representing an investment of SEK 125 million, the new factory centre will house many of the models the brand is famous for around the world.

Väderstad has continued to break new records, year after year and between 2017 and 2020, sales increased by as much as 43%. The number of employees has also increased sharply – both in Väderstad and at subsidiaries around the world.

These figures are positive not only for Väderstad but also for the entire region and business community. But at the same time, it places new demands: a growing production and more employees means that the premises must also grow.

“We have seen an incredibly strong demand for our products in recent years, products that give farmers all over the world unique possibilities for an outstanding emergence,” says Mats Båverud, CEO of Väderstad.

“We hope and believe that this will continue, and to continue to grow and further strengthen the quality in everything we do, we have decided to build a new factory centre in Väderstad.

“That will put us in a strong position to face the possibilities and challenges that await in the future and ensure we can continue to supply farmers all over the world with the innovative products and support that they deserve.

“Since 1962, Väderstad has been building for the farmers of the world, constantly pushing the development when it comes to new innovations and methods for agriculture.

“With these new premises, we ensure that we can continue to invest and be the company that pushes the development for tomorrow’s agriculture,” he says.

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