|Public company - AB (OMX: HLDX)|
|Industry||Commercial Vehicle industry|
Number of locations
|23 production locations, inc:
Sweden, Germany, Hungary, United Kingdom, USA, Mexico, India, China (2008)
| Joakim Olsson President and CEO,
Ulf Ahlén Head of Traction Systems Division, Executive Vice President,
Jay Longbottom Division manager Commercial Vehicle Systems,
Ian Dugan Division manager Hydraulic Systems
4WD limited slip couplings
|Revenue||SEK 8,403 m (2008)|
|SEK 250 m (2008)|
|Profit||SEK 43 m (2008)|
|Total assets||SEK 6,290 m (2008)|
|Total equity||SEK 1,823 m (2008)|
Number of employees
|Divisions||Commercial Vehicle Systems: Haldex Brake Products Corp.,
Garphyttan Wire: Haldex Garphyttan AB,
Hydraulic Systems: Haldex Hydraulics Corp.,
Traction Systems: Haldex Traction AB
Haldex AB (originally Halda Fickurfabrik AB, then AB Halda Fabriker, and later Fabriks AB), also known as Haldex Group, is a Swedish public company operating in the commercial vehicle industry. It is listed on the OMX Stockholm Stock Exchange (Mid Cap), and has an annual turnover of around 8,5 bn SEK.
Concentrating core activities in vehicle dynamics, the environment and safety, Haldex business operations are split into three divisions: Commercial Vehicle Systems, Hydraulic Systems, and its smallest division - Traction Systems - which is also known as Haldex Traction, and produces limited slip couplings for "on-demand" four-wheel drive systems.
Products are primarily brake systems, technology for diesel engines, i.e. pumps and technology for reducing emissions of exhaust gases from engines, hydraulic systems and all-wheel-drive systems for passenger cars.
Haldex started out in 1887 by building clocks, typing machines, and taximeters.
Haldex Production plants
Haldex has production plants in the following countries:
- Haldex Annual Report 2008
- Haldex expands in Mexico
- Haldex Management
- Sven Sandström et al., Halda - en svensk fickurfabrik, 1987
- Haldex-History URL visited on 17 November 2013
- Haldex Annual Report 2008 - list if production plants