About the company

The company

AB Nybrogrus is family owned company. Sins 1958 we have produced Granite aggregate for the road- and concrete industry in Southeast part of Sweden, we have also during the last five years delivered to different clients in Balticum. We have today a staff of appr. twenty employees, and a turn over of SEK 150 millions per year.

History

The company was founded 1958 by Mr Kenneth Johansson and Mr Ingvar Olsson. The first quarry was situated on Mr Ingvar Olsson´s family's property just outside the town of Nybro. Material quarried from this quarry was natural gravel and was going on until 1972. Than the operations was moved to the quarry Igersdela in the municipality of Kalmar. The quarried material was mainly sold to different building sites and concrete stations, but in the middle of the 70-ties deliveries to asphalt plants started and to meet the new demands the existing crushing plants was extended. 1995 the company opened up a new quarry in Brånahulta outside Nybro, and then 1998 the activities was growing and the quarry in Runtorp was incorporated in the business. The latest quarry incorporated in business, April 2005, is the quarry in Flivik. The Flivik quarry is unique with its own port to the Baltic Sea and suits the purpose to export to the Baltic countries like Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, Germany & Finland. Sins beginning of the 90-ties, the three sons of Mr Kenneth Johansson, Jonas, Mårten and Stefan are running the business.

Quarries

For time being we have activities in four quarries, Brånahult, Igersdela, Runtorp and Flivik. Brånahult is a quarry with very high quality of porphyry, called Smålandsporphyry. The material can with advantageous be used in surface paving. In the Igersdela quarry we are quarrying natural gravel which is processed on site in permanent crushing plants. The material is mainly used for concrete manufacturing on local market. In the Runtorp quarry we have medium grained greyish Granite suitable for roads and asphalt manufacturing. Even here we have a permanent crushing plant processing the material. We also have our head office and work shops in Runtorp. In the Flivik quarry we also have medium grained greyish Granite similar to material in Runtorp quarry and with the same field of application. The advantage with the Flivik quarry is that we have our on port to the Baltic Sea. The distance between quarry and port is 1,8 km. To load vessels /ships we have a feeder in the quarry that feed two conveyors of totally length of 1,7 km that transport the material to the port and via a teleskopic ship loader transport it directly at the ships. The distance from port to open sea is about 10 Nm and max depth of free water way and in the port is 6,0 m at normal sea level. To facilitate transport of material and loading of ships we will in a near future install a conveyor belt from quarry to port.

Quality

Our products shall always be kept on a high level of quality. To fulfil this demand we have a Product Certification through the Betong-and Ballast Certifiering AB and our products are also CE-marked according to EU regulations for aggregates. All our staffs are continuously educated in different trade branches adopted educations for material quality. We are approved as supplier for rail road macadam to the Swedish Rail Road Department. We have also delivered material to different projects with a high demand of quality s.a. the restoration of the bridge from mainland to the island of Öland.

Further

During the last years we have been involved in other large projects s.a. construction of new E 22 South of Kalmar, we delivered about 500 000 tons of road material. We have also delivered rocks for brake water structures and on a continuous bas we are supplying different concrete stations in the South part of Sweden with aggregate.
We also supplied Yeoman in Poland with about 200 000 tons of waterbuilding stones in size 600/800kgs and 3800/4000 kgs. 

Our catalouge 

Loading our own trucks

Loading macadam in port Flivik

Loading macadam in port of Kalmar

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