Höganäs subsidiary Alvier Mechatronics to relocate premises

October 5, 2022

Alvier Mechatronics plans to relocate its premises to the Prisma (Ursula 1) building in Helsingborg, Sweden, in spring 2023 (Courtesy Alvier Mechatronics/Wihlborgs)
Alvier Mechatronics plans to relocate its premises to the Prisma (Ursula 1) building in Helsingborg, Sweden, in spring 2023 (Courtesy Alvier Mechatronics/Wihlborgs)

Alvier Mechatronics, a subsidiary of Sweden’s Höganäs AB, is reported to be relocating to Oceanhamnen, Helsingborg, Sweden. The company currently operates out of Höganäs, but plans to move to the iconic Prisma building in spring 2023.

“With its exciting start-up environment, Prisma is the right fit for our organisation and our high ambitions,” stated Daniel Hervén, CEO of Alvier Mechatronics. “We’re now recruiting at full capacity and plan to have more employees at the new premises.”

Alvier Mechatronics provides electrical drive systems and associated components based on high-performance powder materials. Its four focus areas include high-speed motors, transmission, axial flux motors and passive components.

The company’s new premises at Prisma will scale approximately 300 m² and is designed to stimulate collaboration and knowledge exchange. The premises include office space as well as a lab to develop prototypes and test ideas, such as electric motors. Additionally, the ground floor houses HETCH, Helsingborg’s tech hub, which enables entrepreneurs and innovators to work side by side and form networks.

David Nilsson-Sträng, CEO of HETCH, commented, “When we founded HETCH, it was exactly this effect we wanted to create, that a strong community attracts and establishes exciting growth companies. We are very happy that Alvier Mechatronics becomes part of HETCH.”


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