These fingers feels the quality
This year he has worked at Spaljisten for a full 35 years. A lot has changed since then but some things have remained the same, we still produce fronts for kitchens.
It was on December 1st in 1986 that Carl-Magnus Lundin stumbled through the doors and was to begin his first working day in the factory. It was a familial and pleasant workplace he had ended up in, back then they were around 30 employees at the family-owned company which back then had a much smaller factory. Both the company and Carl-Magnus's role have of course changed and developed over the years, today he is an important part of the the quality of our products in his role as quality controller.
What is the best thing about Spaljisten as a workplace?
- It is a stable and secure workplace. We have an owner and management who are not afraid to invest and they always strive forward. At Spaljisten we spend a lot of time finding innovative solutions and materials, which is exciting.
When we were talking about innovation, Carl-Magnus continues to talk about future materials in our products. He believes that we will see hundred percent recycled materials in a lot of products. Already today our foil and chipboard partly consist of recycled material. It is important to take advantage of waste and give new life to what we have consumed.
When you are not working, what do you like to do then?
- I like to grow for self-sufficiency and have tomatoes in greenhouses and potatoes but I also have a special interest in apples. I actually have 15 varieties of apple trees are in the garden and I have got a mustard machine and like to invite my family and friends for some homemade apple juice.
We are very happy with Carl-Magnus' sense of quality and his solid work with inspections and tests of both raw materials and finished products and we are looking forward to many years to come together.
At Spaljisten quality is a top priority
High production pace demands multiple quality inspections throughout the manufacturing process. From the beginning to the end, all steps are important for a perfect result.
News release: Quant signs maintenance contract with Spaljisten
Quant has signed a five-year maintenance contract with Spaljisten, a producer of high-quality foiled products. Quant will be responsible for maintenance execution at the Spaljisten site in Åseda, Sweden.
And the result will follow
Sustainability is something we hold close to heart at Spaljisten. This work will never come to an end, we will just aim higher and work for more innovative solutions to reach the next level.
Think big but act small
As the future changes it is necessary for us to understand how it also affect our customers’ expectations.
The road towards a more sustainable kitchen front
Talking about sustainability is in many ways complicated but at the same time very simple. We always work with the next generation in mind and this leads us in our choices towards a more sustainable production and end product. This is how we manufactured our most sustainable kitchen front so far.
CFO with a focus on the future
We are strengthening our team with Malin Kirejs Hellbjer, who joined us as Chief Financial Officer at Spaljisten. Malin also works at one of our sibling companies in the group, KG-list, where she has the same role.
Spaljisten collaborates with TEXO in new automated logistics solutions
Spaljisten has placed orders for new automated logistics solutions for handling large volumes in the factory in Åseda and has signed an agreement with TEXO from Älmhult. Together with TEXO, we have developed very good solutions for moving large volumes internally in the factory with safety and durability in mind.
Spaljisten choose Granflo Bygg AB to build a production facility
Spaljisten continues to invest in the future and now by expanding its premises from 35,000 to 41,500 sq.m. Granflo Bygg AB is entrusted with building a new modern production facility
Made in Sweden from more sustainable sources
Climate-smart materials such as wood and recycled plastic creates a positive ripple effect for our environment. Our vision to “manufacture fronts of the highest quality and with the next generation in mind” pushes us to produce more sustainable fronts. PET-bottle and plastic recycling also give us the opportunity to use plastic with a reduced energy consumption.
New AEO permit provides increased security for physical and digital intrusion
AEO stands for "Authorized Economic Operator" and is an EU joint permit. The purpose of the permit is to create increased security in the world, as well as to harmonise the customs administration in the EU. In the spring of 2020, Spaljisten was able to implement both AEOC - Customs simplifications and AEOS - Security and safety permit.