Steelwrist recognised as one of Sweden’s Best Managed Companies for third year in a row

Steelwrist, the global manufacturer of tiltrotators, quick couplers and work tools for excavators, has again received the Sweden’s Best Managed Companies recognition, sponsored by Deloitte in cooperation with Nasdaq.

Best Managed Companies is a quality award recognizing the overall success of private Swedish companies based on strategic direction, ability to execute, corporate culture and financial performance.

“This award is entirely the result of a lot of hard work by the Steelwrist co-workers around the world. We are continuing to build the company and our product line to support our global growth and at the same time keeping our very specific Steelwrist culture. As co-founders of Open-S, the global standard for fully automatic quick couplers, we are extremely well positioned for the future and it is with great pride that we receive this recognition”, says Stefan Stockhaus, Steelwrist CEO.

Best Managed Companies SteelwristPeter Dovrell, Stefan Stockhaus, Ulrika Fogeby, Markus Nilsson, Lotta Barclay, Fredrik Segerström, Nicklas Bardh, Ernö Craciun.

“We are proud to hand out the recognition Sweden´s Best Managed Companies for the fourth year in a row. This year’s companies have shown stability through a pandemic, while at the same time continuing to develop their operation. I am happy to congratulate our Best Managed Companies and look forward to celebrating with them”, says Therese Kjellberg, partner at Deloitte and responsible for Best Managed Companies in Sweden.

Best Managed Companies was established in Canada in 1993 and has since then been introduced in more than 20 countries around the world. Sweden’s Best Managed Companies was launched in 2018 by Deloitte in cooperation with Nasdaq. This is the fourth year of the award. An independent jury has selected the 20 companies that received this year’s award.

Previous articleStudy confirms: Technology neutrality reduces the most emissions
Next articleNorthern Ireland begins tackling trommel fines as first plant begins operating