Engineering services and product information

Semcon is an international technology company active in the areas of engineering services and product information. We have 3,000 dedicated employees who are creating the future together with our customers.

Customers’ demands for expertise, innovation, ability to supply and market adaptation, encourage us to constantly be at the cutting edge throughout the entire product development chain. We challenge ourselves everyday to be in the forefront and we develop the products and systems for the future.

Our customers are active in many different development-intensive industries, which provide extensive industrial expertise that benefits all customers.

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News & Press releases

2014-09-15 · Press release (pdf)

Nomination committee Semcon AB (publ)

In accordance with the decision by the annual general meeting of Semcon AB (publ) (“Semcon”) in 2014, the following persons have been appointed as members to the nomination committee: · Gabriel Ber...

2014-08-21 · Press release (pdf)

Semcon acquires Norwegian product information company

Semcon has acquired the business in the Norwegian company ibruk AS, active in the area of product information. Through the acquisition, Semcon will expand its presence to also include the Norwegian...

2014-07-09 · News article

Summer reading: The art of doing more with less

Innovations are moving the boundaries regarding what new technology can do. But the winners of the future could be those who simply improve on what they already have. The challenge is to do more – but with less.

Highlights


Q3 report

January - September 2014


Case: Successful re-opening of old power station

An almost 40-year old hydroelectric power station needed upgrading for the 21st century. That’s when Semcon’s engineers were called in to give the power station a new lease of life.


Proud partner of SOS Children's Villages

The children’s village in Bhimtal, northern India, will be considerably renovated. Semcon’s colleagues at the office in Bangalore will also help the villages in Bangalore, Tirupati and Puducherry in southern India.