CERTEX Renewables - owned by Axel Johnson International
CERTEX Renewables is a group of companies owned by Axel Johnson International. Axel Johnson International is a global industrial group of more than 150 companies in 30 countries with approx. 4400 employees. We drive business development and growth through a long-term approach to ownership in strategically selected niche markets, primarily technical components, and solutions for industrial processes.
Axel Johnson International is organised in six business groups:
- Driveline Solutions
- Fluid Handling Solutions
- Industrial Solutions
- Lifting Solutions
- Power Transmission Solutions
- Transport Solutions
CERTEX Renewables is part of the Lifting Solutions Group.
Lifting Solutions Group - providing safe lifting
The Lifting Solutions group is a global player specialising in lifting equipment, steel wire rope and services. It operates as a group of companies that supply wire rope, hoists, overhead cranes and other lifting products together with connected services. The companies serve local clients and global customers in ports and the energy, manufacturing and construction sectors.
World player in lifting solutions
The Lifting Solutions Group has developed rapidly since the first acquisition in 2005 and annual sales have risen from zero to €350 million. Today Lifting Solutions Group consists of 22 market-leading companies with more than 100 locations. Though the group has a short history, the local companies have a long heritage in the business and they are well known and established in their markets.
Axel Johnson - a familiy owned company
Axel Johnson International is part of Axel Johnson (founded in 1873), one of the Nordic region’s leading trading groups, which builds and develops businesses in trade and services in the Nordic and European market. Axel Johnson is a family-owned company in the fourth and fifth generation and is owned by Antonia Ax:son Johnson and her family. The video below illustrates "Axville" - a town of the various companies that form Axel Johnson.