A third reason is the growth in recent years of services offered in conjunction with traditional finished products, including service contracts, support and development know-how.
Business Sweden foresees tougher standards and increased complexity in purchasing and supply chains that will place high demands on companies and how they internationalize.
We have many years of experience in helping Swedish manufacturers to unlock new and traditional export markets. Our marketing programs and targeted initiatives raise the chances of successful exports. Our priority segments include suppliers to the automotive industry and suppliers of mining and tunneling equipment and pulp and paper machinery.
We aspire to be constantly alert to business opportunities for Swedish manufacturers in the 57 countries where Business Sweden operates. Opportunities exist as much in traditional manufacturing as in new sectors like cleantech or medical technology.