The 14 meter wide lanes are cast in concrete and for this, the Swiss company Implenia has chosen Swepac’s modular screed SVM 25E. With electric winches it moves about 1m / minute ahead, while the delivery trucks drive on a shuttle.

Foreman Rajko Sturmer says this about the work and modular screed: “This equipment provides both ergonomic and economic benefits and is a good product that simplifies our handling, which is highly appreciated. The screed, for example, is equipped with dual electric winches, which provide ergonomic advantages for the operator, who can control the movement centrally and, if necessary, only drive one winch at a time, if the beam needs to be quickly aligned. Good lifting possibilities for cranes make movement safe and easy.


Watch how the SVM 25 modular screed in action at road construction site in Poland. It can be built up to 25 m in length and be powered by a petrol engine or an electric motor. Several attachments including electric winch-set are available making it even more versatile.


Based on the high demand of our products, we have made further improvements in our factory in Ljungby. We have increased the number of production lines and are gradually increasing staffing to facilitate an increase in production output. All this with the purpose of reducing delivery times without jeopardizing our quality.

We now see that our efforts to develop Swepac, including the expansion of our product range into concrete equipment, have been noticed and appreciated, not only in Sweden but also internationally. It is very gratifying that we experience a continued growing demand for our products as a result of our efforts.

Our goal with the improvements is to reduce delivery times as soon as possible.


Vipin Tak joins Swepac to establish a sales and distribution network in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Mr Tak with a background of MBA and Engineering has more than 20 years’ experience in establishing distributor network with renowned light compaction equipment manufacturer.

He will be based in Dubai UAE and, initially will focus on GCC-Gulf Cooperation Council.



Our product range is constantly evolving and several new products are being launched for concrete treatment. The finishing beams FBP-H and FBP-HP are petrol driven and adapted for aluminum profiles with lengths of 1.5-5 m. FBE and FBP are smaller finishing beams in electric or petrol versions, working width 1.5-3m. The FBH is a hand unit in widths 1.2-2.2m. The floor vibrator SV 23E is an electric powered floor vibrator adapted to all concrete types and consistency. Working width 1.6-4.2m.

Read more on the website or contact our sales representatives for more information.


Responding to customer request we have improved the download-function for manuals and product sheets. Faster to operate and easier to use.

Check it out by clicking on the “Download” button in the top menu. For manuals or product sheets select type in the left hand menu (Soil compaction or Concrete treatment) and you will quickly find the requested information.


Tomasz Walawender joins Swepac to expand its presence in Central- and Eastern Europe. Tomasz with a background from Ramirent and Dynapac in Poland and Central Europe will focus on expanding Swepac’s sales to rental companies outside the Nordic countries. Tomasz will start working for Swepac during May.


It has been exciting times to develop Swepac and to extend the product portfolio with concrete treatment equipment. Many have supported our ambitions and we can now see the result. We are proud to be the only genuinely Swedish manufacturer on the market and we will continue to develop new and modern machines for compaction and concrete treatment. Our journey have merely begun. Thank you for your support so far!

We are really looking forward to an exciting 2017.

from us at SWEPAC