News archive

  • Electronica 2018


    Come and visit us at our stand B6 229!

  • Euroguss Mexico


    Please come and visit as at Euroguss Mexico 2018 at Fundiexpo 2018 in Guadalajara, 24 - 26 October! Our stand number is EG 07.

  • Think zinc


    Thursday 21 September 2017 we will have our Zinc school in English. Please contact or if you need more information!

  • Upswing continue


    2015 has started fantastically well and we continue upswing from 2014. February we hit a new record for invoiced parts at Sweden and Bosnia.

  • Automotive 2014


    We are an exhibitor in Stuttgart 24-26 June 2014! Hall 3 and Stand A5401.

  • Electronica 2014


    We are an exhibitor in München 11-14 November 2014! Halle: B6 and Stand: 228.

  • Increasing interest in PolyZink


    This autumn we have got two new projects in PolyZink! These parts will be delivered during this spring, in Sweden and also abroad.

  • Excellent result from Electronica in Munich


    This was the second time we exhibit at this fair. We got a lot of new interesting inquiries, mostly in electronic business.

  • Top high-level sales of tools


    During the autumn we have got several orders for new tools. This is necessary while we certainly want to expand but also to replace some existing tools that are not longer in production.

  • New customers in Europe!


    A proof of our good competitiveness is that we during autumn-winter have received several customers in Europe, both in automotive, electronics and furniture industry.

  • CLP


    A revolutionary technology that is now being tested

  • New applications for PolyZink


    PolyZink – Zinkteknik’s patented method of die-casting zinc and plastic in the same process, is continuously finding new applications on the market.

  • Zinkteknik Bosnia is growing


    Thanks to increased orders from our customers in southern Europe, we are now adding another 700 m2 to our facility in Bosnia to cover the need for efficient production areas.

  • Zinkteknik co-supplies pioneering Swedish fibre optics


    Would you like sunlight to reach your windowless cellar? No problem. With the aid of revolutionary fibre optics from Swedish company Parans, sunlight is collected by solar panels with optical lenses on the outside of the building.