New partner in Sweden

Gebwell Sverige AB and Sinfra Swedish Purchasing Agency for Infrastructure for economic association. signed a framework agreement concerning district heating and cooling substations and associated products, systems and services as of 3.1.2018. Gebwell Sverige AB is looking forward to successful co-operation with Sinfra.

Pekka Haverinen
Managing Director

Gebwell Sverige AB

Sinfra
Sinfra is a national central purchasing body working with sustainable procurement. They represent their members in Sweden who conduct operations within district heating, water, and electricity. Their sales total approximately 500 million kronor annually through suborders from Sinfra framework agreements. (https://sinfra.se/english/)

Gebwell
Gebwell Group is a Finnish company specialised in environmentally friendly heating and cooling of buildings. Gebwell Group designs and manufactures district heating and cooling substations, heat pumps, accumulator tanks as well as Pivaset® fire extinguishing products.

Gebwell Sverige AB
Gebwell Sverige AB is Gebwell Group’s subsidiary in Sweden. Gebwell Sverige AB sells Gebwell heating and cooling solutions and Pivaset® fire extinguishing products in Sweden.

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