May 4th, 2023

During 2022 our employees completed more than 11 improvements per person, which is a new AnVa record

Improvment of the year reduced internal transportation with 26 km’s for a certain product, and made it possible for us to reduce our annual consumption of electricity by 46 MWh. Total investment cost for this improvment: 0 SEK.
February 20, 2023


This is Henrik Svensson, our latest addition to the market side.

Henrik will assume the role of Key Account Manager and have a great responsibility in representing us in a variety of contexts.

"It will be exciting, fun and challenging to work with customers in the automotive industry. Also, AnVas position in sustainability that I can be able to contribute to develop is of course also a big plus."
March 29, 2022

Anva polytech's production manager

Our "new" production manager has now spent his first eight months at AnVa Polytech. Stefan Olsson came to us with over 25 years of management experience from production environment. A large part of these years has been in the automotive industry, which is very valuable for us, as it is in that industry that we have many of our customers.
With Stefan's responsibility, care and clarity, we are confident that we will achieve many, important and inspiring improvements in the future.
February 21, 2022
Meet Lena Bui, who has been working as a material developer at our lab in Sunne for about a month.
After completing internal and external training, she will assume substantial responsibility for developing tailor-made and eco-friendly polymeric materials.
Lena is a qualified biomedical scientist, a background that is a good basis for further training in laboratory activities and material development.
Welcome to AnVa Polytech, Lena!
January 13, 2022


AnVa Polytech pursues a constant development work of its entire business, where energy consumption and working with sustainability issues are parts of a bigger entity. At the Swedish Energy Agency’s website, you can read more about what we planned to achieve in 2017.
We measure efficiency as a result of the total energy consumption of the factory divided with kg rubber compound produced. Since 2017, when the article was written, the factory has become 38% more energy efficient.
In 2021, we achieved an energy efficiency of 11%. Resource optimization is created year after year without major initiatives. Instead, the result originates from constant small improvements throughout the organisation. There is still a lot left to be done and we are looking forward to make new progress within energy efficiency during 2022.
May 26, 2021


As a part of strengthening its competitiveness, AnVa Polytech in Sunne has worked to open up another production unit. The unit is located in Birzai, Lithuania, and the business constitutes a complete production for forming and post-production of rubber components. The business is in a start-up phase and the first deliveries from the factory directly to the end consumer was sent in 2020. In 2021, the ambition is to refine products to a value of SEK 50 million and the growth will be 10-30% per year in the coming years.
“The business development takes a great leap when verified standards can be combined with new ones that are implemented in parallel. The new business will be a benchmark for the other businesses,” says Claes Källqvist, business developer at AnVa Polytech, who has had a leading role in the establishment of the production unit.
A key to AnVa Polytech’s success is the solid competence in production technology, material development, and R&D. This core will continue to be strengthened in Sunne and provide support for both production locations. The new business currently employs 30 people and includes six forming machines.
March 3, 2021


Press release March 16, 2021

On March 15, the industry group AnVa Industries AB ( acquired Hordagruppen AB ( Hordagruppen provides customers in several industries with components in polymeric materials (rubber and plastic) in everything from design and prototype to series production. The production methods consist of injection moulding, extrusion, and blow moulding combined with high-efficiency automation solutions for mounting and post-production. Hordagruppen is based in Horda and Bor, Sweden, and has a turnover of SEK 230 million with approximately 100 employees.
AnVa Polytech ( is already a part of AnVa Industries and is a company that specializes in components of mainly rubber and with production facilities in Sunne, Sweden and in Birzai, Lithuania. An organisation with a turnover of SEK 150 million and about 100 employees.
Per Andersson, CEO of AnVa Industries: “It feels great to welcome Hordagruppen to our group. It is a company that we have followed with interest for several years. This acquisition strengthens and broadens the group’s ability to offer complete solutions in rubber and plastic, through the two polymeric companies’ high competence, modern machine parks, and complementary production in Sweden, Lithuania, Poland and China. Together with our customers, we contribute to the construction and design of products or complete solutions. We also look forward to introduce our venture in the environmental rubber, Climarub, more widely and to more customers.”
The brothers Lars and Sven Lejon are the ones selling the company. Lars Lejon: “It feels really good that Hordagruppen can be a part of a stable, long-term engineering group that wants to strengthen the offer to the customers in components based on rubber and plastic, and further develop that field. I am convinced that it will increase the possibilities for Hordagruppen to grow.”
Hordagruppen’s CEO, Andreas Helmersson: “It will be inspiring and fun to get new colleagues in our field and together with AnVa Polytech contribute to creating a polymeric supplier with its base in Sweden, which with its combined size and power can be even better at helping existing and future customers.”
For more information, please contact:
CEO at AnVa Industries, Per Andersson, +46 70 081 96 40 (
Former owner and CEO at Hordagruppen, Lars Lejon, +46 70 852 18 14 (
CEO at Hordagruppen, Andreas Helmersson, +46 370 65 46 36 (


AnVa Industries, based in Västerås, Sweden, is after this acquisition an engineering group with 13 operating units, with focus on industrial rubber and plastic, machining, tubes and rods wholesale businesses, sheet metal and pipe working as well as sourcing and mounting. AnVa Industries has businesses in Sweden, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, and China. The group will, after this acquisition, have a turnover of SEK 1 billion and the businesses employ about 500 people. Read more at​​​​​​​

Climarub - high performance with less CO2 emissions

Climarub is our new rubber material developed to reduce the environmental impact. It can replace traditional EPDM rubber resulting in considerably lower CO2 emission.
Technically, Climarub performs just as well as traditional EPDM rubber. And we will of course ensure that your specific technical and functional requirements are met when defining your recipe.
We have an ambition to continuously strive to be a more sustainable company. Climarub is yet another step in this direction.
Together, we can reach your climate targets.

Climarub 0.7

Using Climarub 0.7 you will decrease the CO2 emissions by 0,7 kg per produced kg of rubber product. This decrease is achieved by using an ingredient which is made from recycled worn out tires instead of new fossil material.

Climarrub 1.3

Climarub 1.3 reduces the environmental impact yet another step. Exchanging a traditional EPDM rubber for Climarub 1.3 will reduce the CO2 emissions by 1,3 kg per produced kg of rubber product.
In Climarub 1.3 we have added biological raw material to the mix in addition to the recycled worn-out tires.
April 30, 2019


The recycled carbon black that AnVa Polytech uses turns out to have an even better environmental impact than previous measurements have shown.

In a new life-cycle analysis, LCA, from IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, it turns out that the recycled carbon black leads to 79-84% lower carbon emissions compared to the previously estimated 60% (compared to the production of virgin carbon black).

AnVa Polytech is successfully using recycled carbon black from Scandinavian Enviro Systems for the Volvo Cars plugs assortment e.g.

Read the full article here
January 24, 2022


​​​​​​​We are looking for:


AnVa Polytech AB is a subcontractor in the motor vehicle sector, where the requirements on systematic and well-functioning quality work are high. We are also proud of what we have accomplished in our environmental work, but we are far from satisfied, we want to achieve more.
We are now looking for a Quality and Environment Manager, who wants to reach new quality and environment targets together with us.
As a Quality and Environment Manager, you must have an interest and experience in developing and administrating the management systems of the business, including quality systems that are certified in accordance with ISO9001/140001. It is a great merit if you also have experience as a Quality Manager in an IATF certified company. Otherwise, we think that you:
  • Love troubleshooting and can manage the most common tools for this
  • Have an interest in developing environmental management systems and working with sustainability reports
  • Have a genuine environmental commitment
  • Enjoy leading and/or working together in cross-functional groups
  • Is stimulated by working in a concrete way with quality issues together with co-workers, customers, and suppliers
  • Have a good command of spoken and written English
  • Have practical experience of leading others
In this role, you will be a part of the company’s management team and will report directly to the CEO. In that way, you are partly responsible for the future development of the company.
Mathias Larsson, CEO
+46 70 540 24 52
Last day of application is February 8, 2022.
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