Zetterbergs was founded in 1923 by Henrik Zetterberg in Östervåla that to begin with performed wrought iron work, repairs to agricultural machinery and farriery. Thanks to powerful ideas, quality thinking and hard work, Zetterbergs has developed into a successful leading company in its field.
Some events from history:
2018: Ownership of the company, Lars Erfäldt now majority shareholder, Roberth Löfstedt and Peter Berggren partner and Kalle Röjerås, new partner
2016: Signs Distributor Agreement with Farid Industrie S.P.A. Sales of refuse collection vehicles on the Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish markets
2015: ZD4-LV – a new generation of hooklift dumpers introduced.
2014: ZD4 – a new generation of dumpers introduced.
2013: Lars Erfäldt takes over as Managing Director of the company.
2010: Zetterbergs is ISO 14001:2004 environmentally certified.
2009: Zetterbergs Industri System (Lean) started.
2009: Manufacturing concentrated to the facility in Östervåla. Activities in Poland are closed.
2008: Premises extended with new drying hall.
2005: Zetterbergs acquired by MD Torbjörn Eriksson and Financial Manager Lars Erfäldt from previous owners Kone.
2002: EuroTipper introduced.
1998: Zetterbergs' Polska Sp z o o started.
1997: Zetterbergs is ISO 9001:2000 quality certified.
1994: The sale of Heil's product range starts on the Scandinavian market.
1990: Bilindustri i Blidsberg AB acquired by Zetterbergs.
1988: Zetterbergs goes public and then in order becomes part of Zeteco, PartekCargotec and Kone.
1988: Factory expanded with new assembly hall plus painting and blasting facilities.
1972: Zetterbergs moves to a newly-built factory in Östervåla.
1964: RobsonDrive presented, a product that allows temporary four-wheel-drive on bogie trucks.
1959: A new generation of bogie lifts introduced on the market.
1939-1945 Second World War: Business on the backburner. Zetterbergs develops a bogie lift for trucks. The end of the war brings with it a high demand for dumper construction and operations are strongly expanded.
1938: After his father's death, 17-year-old Göte Zetterberg takes over the company.
Number of employees was 20. Göte Zetterberg leads the company until 1984.
1930: The first hydraulic tipping device for platform bodies introduced.
1928: The first mechanical tipping device for platform bodies presented.
1925: Zetterberg mounts first platform body on a T-Ford.
1923: Henrik Zetterberg founds the company.