Beijer Ref is a technology-oriented trading Group which, through added-value products, offers its customers competitive solutions within refrigeration and air conditioning.
Beijer Ref shall have an operation concentrated on refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pumps.
Our operations comprise commercial refrigeration, industrial refrigeration, HVAC and OEM.
Beijer Ref markets and sells refrigeration systems, components for refrigeration systems, air conditioning and heat pumps.
Beijer Ref has a strong ambition always to deliver systems which meet every customer’s unique challenges.
Beijer Ref collaborates with, and has good relationships with, around 100 suppliers.
Beijer Ref represents leading companies in the sector within the different product segments.
The international work aimed at replacing refrigerants with products with less environmental impact has been ongoing for decades. A framework of global agreements aimed at phasing out the climate-impacting refrigerants has been adopted.
The wholesale companies within the Beijer Ref Group are well represented in Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania, with sales outlets in around 330 locations.
Beijer Ref puts its focus on OEM products. Own manufacturing of power packs and heat-exchange products is an increasingly prioritised segment.
Beijer Ref has its own manufacturing establishments for power packs in Europe and South Africa. We offer our customers both standardised products and customised solutions with the latest environmental technology.
Beijer Ref’s manufacturing companies have more than 50 years’ experience of developing and producing heat-exchange products.
Beijer Ref is a technology-oriented trading Group, operating in refrigeration and air conditioning.
Beijer Ref AB has continually worked on implementing the Swedish Code for corporate governance (the Code) since the summer of 2005.
The company is founded by the brothers Gottfried and Lorens Beijer in 1866, by the company name of G & L Beijer.
Beijer Ref’s quarterly reports are available in digital format.
Beijer Ref is observing a so-called quiet period in connection with its quarterly reporting. The ’quiet period’ consists of one month prior to the reporting date in the respective quarter. No financial communication with the media, investors, analysts and others will be made during the ‘quiet period’ prior to the publication of the quarter’s results.
As from 2016, so-called regulatory news releases are marked "price-sensitive". Regulatory news releases refer to news releases in accordance with MAR, Swedish legislation, stock exchange rules and regulations, and corporate governance code requirements.
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