Our networks is a founding piece of our good relations with the industry sector. The networks engage hundreds of companies, large and small, from different sectors and industries. Joining a network means increased possibilities, expanded network and access to the recent updates on knowledge and know-how.

Here is an A-Z list of some of our networks:

Centre for Textile Recycling

The Centre for Textile Recycling at Swerea IVF bases its work on a holistic systems approach to textile recycling.

Comfort centre

Generating and sharing knowledge within the field of comfort.

Compraser Labs

A national centre for research and development of production processes and systems for composite-based products.

EMC Network

Increase your knowledge and understanding of the legal and practical consequences of the ElectroMagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) for the industry.


ENIG is a Swedish national energy efficiency network targeting SMEs which are active in the manufacturing sector.

Heat treatment forum

Heat treatment forum offers networking, knowledge-exchange and updates on research and development in Sweden and internationally. Members may also influence Swerea's research in the area.

Lean product development network (LPD)

A Swedish network to share knowledge on Lean product development.


Metnet is a European pilot plant network for extractive metallurgy and mineral processing

Network for Ekodesign

The goal is to support your company to create products that provide maximum benefit with minimal environmental impact.

Sheet metal forum

A network for nordic companies with an interest in sheet metal

Swedish Assemblage Forum

Swedish Assemblage Forum is a network for all dealing with develompent issues and problem solving within the area of mounting.

Swedish Fasteners Network

SFN, Swedish Fasteners Network, is a network for information sharing, application and development of screw joints technology.

The Chemicals Group

Gives textile- and electronics companies access to chemical databases, meeting forums and support in managing legislation regarding chemical substances.

The Industrial Ceramics Research Association

A network for companies that manufacture, sell or use ceramic materials, components or raw materials and wish to influence Swerea research within the area.