What we do
Proplate starts delivering anchor rings for utility power poles.
In March, 25 anchor cages from Oxelösund, Sweden will be sent across the Atlantic to secure the same number of wind turbines in Indiana.
From anvil to automation. This year, the family group that Proplate is a part of, celebrates 150 years. It all started in 1869, when forge master Per Andersson took his master craftsman’s certificate.
Christer Bäcklin - Skanska
Proplate has been proactive throughout the partnership, from working out the anchor cage design to completing the deliveries themselves. The materials have arrived when we wanted them. It has simply all worked very well.
– Christer Bäcklin, Skanska
Louise Gustafsson - ELME
Proplate has very good equipment and a fine workshop that can cut with high precision in both gas and plasma. The component parts will be very stringently quality-assured, even though the plates can be as thick as 70 millimeters. That’s a strength.
– Louise Gustafsson, ELME
Torbjörn Mange - Toyota
Proplate has a good understanding of what we need and their resources meet our expectations. I think they have great market knowledge for everything they produce and sell
– Torbjörn Mange, Toyota Material Handling