A global leader in bulk handling and wood processing solutions
We design, produce and deliver systems for loading, unloading, conveying, storing, and stacking and reclaiming dry bulk materials, alongside equipment for chipping, screening, milling and processing wood for the biofuel, board, saw mill, pulp and paper industries.
With thousands of installations worldwide, our machines handle your raw materials from forests, fields, quarries and mines, maintaining critical supply lines for manufacturers, mills, power plants and ports. All solutions are designed to ensure environment-friendly, efficient, and profitable operations.
We are global and local. You will find our main offices in the US, Sweden, Germany, China, Philippines, Russia and Taiwan, supported by a dedicated network of hundreds of representatives and dealers worldwide.
Our vision is to be the market-leading technology group in dry bulk material handling and processing for the port, wood and forestry industries.
To develop, design, produce and deliver products and services that offer the best material handling and processing technology for the global port, wood and forestry markets. Through our commitment to understanding customer needs and industry knowledge, we create innovative solutions that meet the highest demands for efficiency, reliability and performance
The Bruks Siwertell core values define our culture and the way we aim to do things. They inform our behavior internally and externally; uniting people from different cultures, countries and backgrounds; enabling us to treat each other with mutual respect, and helping us work harmoniously together within the company.
We drive innovation
The Bruks Siwertell Group offers a stimulating and entrepreneurial work environment within which we are able to continuously develop new products and enhance existing ones. Through intelligent, customized solutions, including the adoption of digital advances, we work hard to drive innovation and maintain our market-leading position.
We do it together
We fulfil customer needs through our commitment to working together. Clarity, open communication, understanding, cooperation, and respect – both internally and externally – are key words for Bruks Siwertell Group’s employees.
We provide lifetime care
We support our customers through a commitment to the lifetime care of products and solutions. Service, spare parts and through-life support is an essential element of our customer relations. To be able to provide lifetime care for our products we focus on long-term goals, quality, availability and competence.
We keep our promises
We take pride in taking responsibility and being a reliable partner for our customers, suppliers and employees. We always keep our promises.
We care about the future and the environment
At Bruks Siwertell we care about the world we live in and its future. We support the 17 sustainable development goals that were defined by the United Nations (UN) in the 2015 Paris Agreement. We will actively contribute to these sustainability goals and, in particular, the goals related to good health and well-being, gender equality, decent work and financial growth, industry, innovation and infrastructure, reduced inequality, life below water and life on land.
Bruks Siwertell Group has its headquarter in Stockholm, Sweden. The Group consist of several holding companies: Siwertell AB (Sweden), Bruks AB (Sweden), Bruks Siwertell Inc (US), Bruks Klöckner GmbH (Germany), FTG Cranes AB (Sweden) and UAB FTG Baltic (Lithuania).
The Siwertell story
For over forty years Siwertell screw-type unloaders have provided the world’s cleanest, most efficient dry bulk unloading performance, along with very high capacities. This impressive legacy is carried forward by our commitment to continuous development. Our current capabilities meet and often exceed the market’s growing demands for increased efficiency and minimal environmental impact.
The Bruks Story
Bruks’ history is rooted in innovation. Bruk means industrial operation in Swedish, and its name was suitably applied to a farming family’s venture in Hälsingland, Sweden, in the 17th century, when it built a hydro power station and turned the farm into an industry with a saw mill and brickyard.