Hexagon AB, a global leader in sensor, software and autonomous solutions, today announced the acquisition of OxBlue, a leader in construction visualisation technology designed to capture the life of a job site, start to finish. OxBlue’s high definition time-lapse photography and live video streaming services deliver real-time visual documentation of everything that happens on a job site, both exterior and interior. Combining the latest camera technology, artificial intelligence, and machine learning algorithms, OxBlue’s desktop and mobile software platform connects stakeholders to their
April 14, 2021
AAK AB (publ.) has today released its Sustainability Report for 2020. The report demonstrates how sustainability is at the heart of the company’s purpose, Making Better Happen™, and how it is embedded in all parts of the AAK value chain – Making Better Happen from plant to brand. It outlines ambitions, activities and achievements within the three focus areas of the company’s sustainability framework – Better Sourcing, Better Operations and Better Solutions. “It’s a great pleasure for me to announce that we continue to see strong development within our sustainability activities and our
April 14, 2021
HEXPOL's Sustainability Report for 2020 has today been published on our website www.hexpol.com. The Sustainability Report can be downloaded from HEXPOL's website, www.hexpol.com. Printed copies can be ordered via firstname.lastname@example.org or via the website.
April 12, 2021
HEXPOL has today signed an agreement to acquire 100% of Unión de Industrias C.A., S.A. (Unica) from Espiga Capital, a Spanish based Private Equity firm. Unica is a significant player in Rubber Compounds in Spain, supplying several demanding customers in the automotive, construction and agriculture sectors. ”Through the acquisition of Unica, we will strengthen our position in Rubber Compounds for demanding customers in Spain and other EU countries. Unica will be a perfect complement to our existing operations in Spain, mainly active in other sectors.” Ralph Wolkener and Carsten Rüter,