­– Of course it’s not only about what is happening in Sweden, as our clients are global companies. It looks very good on the horizon. We have big projects that have been frozen and have now been unfrozen. I have a good sense that many things are going forward, Nielsen says.

Naturally, it takes time to see the results. Processes in electrification and automation projects often prove very lengthy. A project sold today will be completed next year.

Speaking technology

Arnon’s sales and service team in Sweden has a clear focus on moving forward. The small team consists of sales and engineering professionals. In the future, the role of engineering will grow even further.

– We want to speak technology, understand our clients’ needs and challenges and solve their problems. We at Arnon are quite selective with our partners and do not work with that many companies by choice. For the companies that fit our values and vision, we offer unparalleled commitment.

The sales and service team in Sweden collaborates with the production teams in Finland and Poland. The main reasons behind restructuring the production are rationalization and utilizing group synergies to become more efficient.

Serving the clients locally

Being close to clients and serving them locally is the key to developing partnerships. After only four years in Sweden, Arnon can be still considered a newcomer.

– We have a good, ambitious plan that we are fulfilling at the moment. The organization knows what we need to do to be more competitive and everybody is on board.

According to Nielsen, Arnon has started its growth journey with selected customers and segments.

– We see a clear need for flexibility and shorter project lead times than in the past. The pandemic, inflation, and other global factors have put projects on hold, and we now see an unfreezing of these opportunities in the market.

For Arnon, this is a possibility to utilize the shared engineering strengths across Sweden and Finland and the lean manufacturing in Poland and Finland to meet these “new” market requirements.