PREEM is the largest fuel company in Sweden. Our vision is to lead the transformation towards a sustainable society. Our two refineries are among the most modern and environmentally adapted in Europe, with a refining capacity of more than 18 million cubic meters of crude oil per year. Our business encompasses production, sales, distribution, trading and goods supply. We refine and sell petrol, diesel, heating oil and renewable fuels to companies and consumers in Sweden and Norway. Around two-thirds of our production is exported. We also have a nationwide service network with some 570 fuel stations for private and commercial traffic. Preem employs around 1,500 people, of which 950 work at the refineries. Preem had a turnover of SEK 92 billion in 2018. Read more at www.preem.com.
Sveaskog is Sweden's largest forest owner, managing the state owned forests of Sweden, selling sawlogs, pulpwood and biofuel to forest industries as well as developments of land, hunting, fishing and other nature-based experiences.
The forest and its assets are Sveaskog's core business. Conducting forestry operations and developing new business opportunities and applications for wood raw material, wood products and forest land are a major responsibility. Sustainable development permeates every aspect of Sveaskog's business. Sveaskog owns land worth SEK 36 billion, had sales of SEK 6.971 million in 2018 and in average 840 employees throughout Sweden. Sveaskog owns 14% of forest land in Sweden, spread across the entire country, and is owned by the Swedish state.
KIRAM AB is a Swedish entrepreneurial company formed by Lars Stigsson in 1995. KIRAM specializes in the development and commercialization of biorefinery technologies connected to the forest industries. The company is a founding partner in biorefinery companies SunPine AB, SunCarbon AB and TreeToTextile AB. Read more about SunPine here.
Hulteberg Chemistry & Engineering
Hulteberg Chemistry & Engineering AB is focused on process and environmental technology, in particularly heterogenous catalysis. The company was founded in 2006 by Christian Hulteberg and have three main business areas; catalysis, hydrogen technology and environmental engineering. A large part of the operation is catalyst testing, up-scaling as well as demonstration. In addition, the company operates a small, multi-purpose catalyst production plant with 100 tonnes per annum maximum production. Read more about Hulteberg C&E here.
Arkell Innovations AB was founded in 2014 by Anders Arkell. The company specializes in liquid phase separation processes with focus on membrane filtration. Arkell Innovations offers consultancy work and manage R&D project from lab scale tests to industrial implementation. The company is active in a few different sectors including pulp & paper industry, biofuel production, pharmaceutical industry and wastewater treatment.