“Designing safe machines that help you create a safe working environment”
OUR STORY – A great idea in progress
As a pioneer within mobile induction heating, Alesco Int. AB is one of the leading companies in the industry. We have during the last 25 years developed into the technology leader and trendsetter of the industry with our innovative products and uncompromising quality.
We have the highest demands on our products. They are developed, manufactured and delivered according to the strictest quality standards. Specially trained employees monitor the production to secure our quality criteria in every phase of the production process. Our supplying factories are certified according to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and our manufacturing is consistent with REACH and RoHS guidelines.
Our customers range from small automotive workshops to large global industrial brands in production and maintenance. Our products are used in mines on Svalbard, in mobile solutions in the Sahara, in various metal fabrication processes such as alignment as well as post and preheating when welding.
We are constantly seeking local representation around the globe. If you believe our product range and knowledge would be an asset to your company, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will connect back with you.
Individual and organisational creativity
with a sustainable mindset.
Experience, quality and focus makes us a
trustworthy choice for our customers.
POWER OF THE TEAM
Our network is our greatest asset enabling our global presence and success.
25 Years – Timeline
2020 was as we all know a very different year with more or less no traveling or exhibitions. Instead we used time and effort to increase our product range and set up a new website together with a webshop focusing on digital marketing and sales.
For example the new Inter 8/12 although with a retro look referring to Alescos previous models is packed with new technology.
Our challenge for 2021 will be to digitalize our marketing and creating busines without losing our personal touch.
Moving forward into 2020 and onwards Alescos sales team is committed to continue supporting the Automotive aftermarket with our innovate products. Additional industrial sectors such as metal fabrication and industrial maintenance will also be spotlighted by our sales team.
2018 SEMA SHOW - LAS VEGAS
Alesco is exhibiting at SEMA SHOW in Las Vegas for the first time, and is now taking the step over to the US market.
2018 AUTOMECHANIKA - FRANKFURT
At Automechanika in Frankfurt, the new ACE platform is being presented as one of the upcoming news for 2019.
2016 - PRODUCTIVITY
Alesco’s production moves from Växjö, Sweden to Tallin, Estonia where the machines are now being built. Here they are also tested and packed before being shipped to our warehouse in Sweden, located nearby the development and sales facility.
2014 - DEVELOPMENT
A special version of the A4000 was developed in collaboration with ABB Transformers in Ludvika, Sweden. The IS4000 is used for brazing conductors in large grid transformers.
2013 - DISTRIBUTOR
Sales and service are taken over by Lidköping Carpart, who becomes the main distributor in Sweden.
2013 - A80 IS BORN
A80 is born – a real bestseller sold in the 1000s worldwide.
2008 - A NEW GENERATION
A whole new generation of machines is presented; The A800, A1200 and A4000 cover most needs in the market. The A4000 becomes popular with customers with heavy construction vehicles.
2006 - BUSSES & TRUCKS
The A700 is launched with a focus on bus workshops, but is also becoming popular with trucking companies.
2004 - A500 IN CAR WORKSHOPS
The A500 was introduced as our first Induction Heater aimed to car workshops.
2003 - PORTABLE
A1000 is presented. Alesco is already focusing on mobility by developing a small portable machine.
2001 - NEW STANDARD
The A3000 sets a new standard in truck and heavy vehicle workshops.
2000 - A2000 IN TRUCK WORKSHOPS
The first mobile induction heater A2000 is developed for Josam and truck workshops.
1998 - ALESCO WAS FOUNDED
Alesco was founded in 1998 by Neil Mc Cartney who developed a mobile induction heater, to replace the open flame in mechanical workshops.