Meet Oscar Jonsson – Assembler

At Huddig’s assembly department the work tasks can be very varied. Something that assembler Oscar Jonsson can confirm. He’s been with the company for a year and has already been involved in everything from pre-assembling coolers and gearboxes to putting together front frames and aggregates.
“As we do everything ourselves there’s a lot of different things to be done. I think that’s fun as I like to have varied tasks in my work. If you want to learn something new, there’s every opportunity to do so”, he says.

Meet Peder Wik - Designer at Huddig


Peder Wik started as a CNC operator at Huddig's Mechanical Department in August 2010. Today he is the designer in a completely different department.

"The potential for personal development at Huddig is fantastic. That's what makes me feel so good here. I think my journey is a great example of the potential that exists here. It is actually possible to take a step from one role to another. Then I think of the atmosphere here too and that I have such good colleagues, he says.

Meet Maths Juntti - a Welder at Huddig

Maths Juntti is one of Huddig's many good welders. He has been working for the company for seven years and is really pleased with both the job and the workplace.

"First and foremost, it's because I have such great colleagues. I also think it's fun working for a company that grows and constantly develops the products it offers. We make great machines. It's so fantastic to see them out and working on the streets. I feel proud of being a part of Huddig,” he says.


Construction Company Alvinssons AB Chose a HUDDIG for its Strength, Versatility and Operator Comfort

Alvinssons AB in Mönsterås, Sweden is owned by the three Alvinsson brothers and their cousin. The construction company was founded in 1966 by their fathers, so all four of them have grown up in the machine contractor business where they all shared a common interest in machines from an early age. Today, the company owns five HUDDIG backhoe loaders, two conventional excavators and four trucks. Job requests are numerous, and the future looks bright.