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Combi Wear Parts – a good choice for the environment

Combi Wear Parts exclusively uses recycled steel scrap from steel manufacturing companies in Sweden. Scrap that later is melted and processed to become our final products. Today, Combi Wear Parts also allow customers to return and recycle consumed wear parts. Recycling in both ends!

As a distributor and consumer, you have the possibility to contribute to a better environment by choosing the right supplier. It might cost you a bit more, but above what you get in our products as in function, performance and quality – you also get a better environment and a cleaner conscience.

Melting down scrap to cast world class wear parts is a very energy-consuming process. It requires 740 kWh for Combi Wear Parts to melt down scrap to produce 1 000 kg finished products. That is as much energy that is consumed during a cold winter month in a Swedish normal sized villa.

Combi Wear Parts has made a choice to only use renewable energy – naturally produced by Swedish water and wind. If you look at other countries’ energy production and assume that the same amount of energy is required to produce 1 000 kg steel products, the result is convincing; therefore, we can proudly say that Combi Wear Parts impact on the climate is much lower compared to other foundries around the world.

Independent studies show that a country like Sweden has lower CO2 emissions compared to other countries when it comes to producing steel castings. Producing 1 000 kg steel castings in Sweden generates a CO2 emission < 100 kg. If a similar amount of steel castings is produced in the countries below the CO2 emissions are approximately:

  • Germany: 1 000 kg (190 kg)
  • Spain: 1 000 kg (530 kg)
  • Poland: 1 500 (190 kg)
  • Turkey: 1 400 (600 kg)
  • China: 1 900 kg (625 kg)

The numbers above includes the transport to Sweden. The value in parenthesis are the numbers for the transport only.

Source: The report “Climat impact of castings”, nr 2020-001 by Peter Nyström, the Swedish casting association and IVL, Swedish Environmental Research Institute with data from Swiss Centre for life Inventories.

Still up and running and able to treat all your requests

Given the circumstances with COVID-19 we are acting to ensure our customers and employees health and safety within Combi Wear Parts business. Our office is still open to help you as a costumer

As COVID-19 continues to have an impact around the world, we at Combi Wear Parts want to assure you we are taking all necessary precautions to ensure the health and safety of our employees. For you – our dealers, customers, suppliers, as well as the wider community.

As we continue to monitor the ongoing situation, our office will treat all your requests during the regular open hours: from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm (ECT). The production and the warehouse are fully operating with the best care and necessarily precautions. Our sales staff is available on their regular communication channels.

We remain at your disposal and are looking forward to hearing from you.

Combi Wear Parts attends CONEXPO-CON/AGG 

Combi Wear Parts attends the massive Conexpo-Con/Agg show which takes place in Las Vegas between 10 – 14 March. It is North America’s largest construction trade show offering a solid lineup of presentations on, amongst others, modern mobility, sustainability and smart cities. The show is a great opportunity for Combi Wear Parts to connect with other professionals in the industry as well as to stay up to date with the latest development.

Come see us at booth C23021!

New role for Peter Kulik

Peter Kulik has been assigned a new role in Combi Wear Parts. He is from the 1st of January 2020, Sales Director Europe. Peter’s main concern will be to support and stimulate our sales network in Europe together with our European sales team for which he is also responsible. Peter reports directly to the Management team who has decided this new role in order to develop our business in Europe further.

New logistic center for the North American market

Our ambition to improve our presence and service in North America has led to some modifications in terms of distribution. We have therefore moved our stock of parts to Toronto (ON) and agreed with Creighton Rock Drill who will become our logistic partner and hub for the complete North American market. The entire area will profit from a much larger inventory, a bigger team of experts in wear parts and a higher level of service from people who are daily involved in the GET business.
All GET from Combi Wear Parts are still produced in Sweden at highest quality and with the best R&D of the market. Together with Creighton Rock Drill we have all ingredients to become your ideal GET partner in North America.
For more information, please contact

Sacha de Bilderling: sacha@combiparts.com
or
Creighton Rock Drill: sales@creightonrock.com