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Berner Industrier is a Nordic industrial group in sustainable technology that operates in a number of attractive and growing niche markets. The Group offers innovative products and solutions that help solve the challenges of our societies through technology. Key areas include clean energy, clean water and sustainable resource utilisation. At its core, there are four technology trading companies under the Christian Berner brand, which has a long history of being a strategic partners to leading technology suppliers around the world. Today, they are among the leading technology trading companies in the Nordic region. In recent years, the Group has expanded to include a number of new technology companies – Zander & Ingeström, Empakk, Bullerbekämparen and Swedenborg – all of which offer products and solutions that are in one way or another driven by an increased need for sustainability. Among other things, the portfolio now includes well-known and global brands such as Zetapannan and Swedamper flue gas dampers.

Sustainable technology – an attractive growth area

Berner Industrier currently consists of eight operating companies that together have about 215 employees across the Nordic region and annual net sales of about SEK 950 million. The Group has a clear growth strategy and aims to both grow existing businesses and add new companies to the Group.

Berner Industrier was founded in 1897 and has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm’s main market since 2017.

  • Number of companies 8
  • Approx. number of employees 215

Business areas


Technology & Distribution

Helps customers in both industry and the public sector to reduce resource consumption, improve the surrounding environment or in other ways improve operations.


Energy & Environment

Increases sustainability in the energy, process and manufacturing industries through reduced emissions, reduced energy losses and/or improved working environment.

Over 125 years of knowledge and quality


Christian Berner is founded in Gothenburg by Norwegian Christian Berner. Initially, Christian Berner imported and sold technical equipment to breweries.


The Norwegian subsidiary is founded.


Christian Berner starts his own production of cork boards in Älvängen outside Gothenburg.


The Finnish subsidiary is founded.


The Danish subsidiary is founded.


Christian Berner launches its first in-house bottled milk bottling machine.


Investments in the new product groups of technical plastics, pumps and instruments, which have contributed to the Christian Berner companies’ current operations.


The third generation of the Berner family takes over the business.


The technology trade business is reorganised under the name Christian Berner Tech Trade (CBTT).


Christian Berner renews its brand and CBTT is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.


Acquisition of Zander & Ingeström.


Acquisition of Empakk AS and Alfa Tec Sweden AB.


Acquisition of Bullerbekämparen.


Acquisition of AB G.F. Swedenborg Ingenjörsfirma.


New Group Management and a new business area structure with an increased focus on decentralisation.


Highest EBITA and net sales in the Group’s history.

The Group’s head office is moved to Stockholm (from Mölnlycke).


Name changed to Berner Industrier AB