SKF is a Swedish bearing and sealing manufacturer and a leader in the development, design and manufacturing of bearings, Seals and lubrication systems. SKF also provides health assessments, engineering and remanufacturing services. The company helps customers explore, improve and rethink the performance of rotating equipment through its innovative products.
This company counts on trams, subway trains and buses to take their customers safely and sustainably through the city. To continuously do this, an arena for innovation is offered for customers to explore, improve and rethink the performance of their rotating equipment – seeing that even the smallest adjustment can make a huge difference. The SKF’s product portfolio includes:
- Rolling bearings
- Mounted bearings and housings
- Super Precision bearings
- Slewing bearings
- Plain bearings
- Magnetic bearings and systems
- Industrial seals
- Automotive seals
- Lubrication management
- Maintenance products
- Conditioning monitoring systems
- Power transmission solutions
- Test and measuring equipment
- Vehicle aftermarket
SKF was founded in 1907 by Sven Wingquist, the inventor of the double row self aligning ball bearing. By 1999, the company’s turnover was 36,700 million swedish kronor and the company employed 41,000 people. As one of the first industrial companies in the world, SKF has also issued a green bond. The bond will raise EUR 300 million to fund eligible green projects in accordance with SKF's recently launched Green Finance Framework.
SKF provides industry leading automotive and industrial engineered solutions through its five technology-centric platforms: bearings and units, seals, mechatronics, lubrication solutions and services. SKF also owns a manufacturing facility for lubrication systems in Bangalore, India, through the global acquisition of Lincoln, the leader in lubrication systems solutions. Lincoln is present in India as Lincoln Helios India Pvt Ltd.
von Utfallsgatan 2, 415 05 Göteborg, Sweden
Tel: +46 31 337 10 00, Web: https://www.skf.com/in