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Alimak Group publishes Annual and Sustainability Report 2022

2022 was a very good and important year for Alimak Group, as we continued to successfully drive our initiatives for profitable growth in line with the New Heights Programme.

The customer centric, decentralised, cost-efficient and people-focused organization resulted in record high order intake and operating margin. Alimak Group also welcomed approximately 1,100 highly competent employees through the acquisitions of Tractel and Tall Crane.

During the year, we continued our product development and delivered several exciting products and service solutions. We also launched the first pilots of customer portals where technical manuals, real time data, and service information can be accessed.

Alimak Group made good progress towards the sustainability target to reduce the CO2-footprint with 30% cross our value chain by 2025. In 2022 we also arranged – for the first time – a global sustainability week.

Read more about Alimak Group’s strategic priorities, earnings and sustainability work in the Annual and Sustainability Report 2022. It is available on the Alimak Group website,

The report will also be printed in a limited edition and can be ordered from

For more information, please contact:

Sylvain Grange, CFO, Alimak Group

Johnny Nylund, CCO Alimak Group, +46 76 852 5759

About Alimak Group
Alimak Group is a global provider of sustainable vertical access and working at height solutions, listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. With presence in more than 120 countries, the Group develops, manufactures, sells and services vertical access and working at height solutions with focus on adding customer value through enhanced safety, higher productivity and improved cost efficiency. The Group has a large installed base of elevators, service lifts, temporary and permanent hoists and platforms and building maintenance units around the world. The solutions portfolio also comprises of height safety protective equipment, load measurement & control, lifting & handling, and a global after-sales business model, with recurring revenue from spare parts and services such as inspection, certification, maintenance, refurbishments, replacements and training. Founded in Sweden 1948, the Group has its headquarters in Stockholm, 24 production and assembly facilities in 15 countries and approximately 3,100 employees.