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Comsys launches production in North America

LUND, SWEDEN; May 31, 2021 – The Swedish cleantech company Comsys AB announces today that its ADF products destined for customers in North America will now be produced at a certified manufacturing facility in Atlanta, Georgia.

Atlanta USA

The expansion to its operations comes as the need for reliable power quality continues to rise in North America, creating large potential for the innovator’s patented Active Dynamic Filtering technology which today is developed and produced in Sweden.

With experience from thousands of ADF installations around the world, the move is part of Comsys’s strategy to enable substantial growth and take steps to achieve environmental benefits. Dennis Magnusson, Head of Product and Operations Development, says the company hopes to boost business in North America by meeting the increased demand with more competitive lead times and reduced emissions. 

“We want to provide the best possible service to customers. That means not only ensuring high quality ADF products, but also reducing impact on climate change and shortening lead times by manufacturing locally rather than shipping all the way from Sweden. With production in Atlanta, we’re in position to become the North American leader in Active Filters.”

Dennis Magnusson

Head of Product and Operations Development, Comsys

The first product to be produced in the US is the UL-listed ADF P300, with a first shipment of several units to be delivered to Volvo Cars’ manufacturing plant near Charleston, South Carolina in June.

About Comsys AB

Comsys AB, a cleantech company based in Lund Sweden, develops digital energy control methods and products to optimize and improve energy flow in a wide variety of applications and help customers to meet increasingly challenging demands set by standards and utility companies. Our technologies provide robust solutions for both grid operators and applications within industrial automation, building automation, data centers and the marine sector, to name just a few. They are also being increasingly used in electricity production and energy storage, primarily from solar and wind, in order to meet the constantly growing demands by grid operator owners around the world.

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