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ESSVE goes global with its integrated fastening system

  • 11 Apr 2018

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Five years since the launch of ESSVE‘s ESSBOX integrated fastening system, the Nordic market leader is taking the system global.

ESSVE works closely with retailers, offering its unique integrated fastening system with a wide assortment of fastening solutions, and serves as a partner to its retailers and as a support in the development of their businesses.

With over 500 million ESSVE screws are sold every year, ESSVE’s strong growth is largely due to its focus on the end-user, their experiences and challenges.

ESSVE will also present its wooden screwdriver, ESSDRIVE, in connection with the global launch. ESSDRIVE arrives after four years of research and development, including input from Sweden’s leading engineers and developers from Chalmers University of Technology.

ESSDRIVE requires less compressive force to be used than standard wood screws. Maximum starting power can be achieved at minimal pressure due to the unique design of the tip and thread.

Max Lagerstedt, CEO of ESSVE comments: “ESSDRIVE is the ergonomic choice for the craftsman, it bites directly, does not cause splitting, has a high clamping force and gives the work a nice finish.”

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