History

1988 – The company started in Stockholm under the name Vibratec Isolation AB by Lennart Söderman, Kjell Johnsson and Carl Sejersted Bödtker. The main focus by then was all metal solutions for marine applications due to Mr Lennart Södermans experience and expertise being a naval architect.

1990 – Vibratec Isolation AB moved to Blidö, an island in the northern Stockholm archipelago. The company now employed 3 people and where housed in the facilities of BIHAB (Blidö Industrial House).
Under the coming years the company started its own production of spring isolators and pipe clamps and also had the first offshore projects with custom designed anti vibration mounts with springs.

1998 – The real estate company BIHAB is acquired wherein Vibratec Isolation AB takes over the facilities housing offices, work shop and stock

1999 – The machine shop Wannerstens Mekaniska is acquired as a result of the ambitions for more in-house production of vibration isolators. The same year Vibratec Isolation AB also acquire 51% of the competitor company Akustikprodukter AB where the Norwegian subsidiary APN was included. Through the acquisition Vibratec increased the product range to also include exhaust silencers, wire rope isolators and rubber products. In the merging of  the companies the name was changed into Vibratec Akustikprodukter AB (likewise Vibratec Akustikprodukter AS in Norway).

2001 – The inventive founder Lennart Söderman tragically passed away in ALS. His co-founder Mr Kjell Johnsson takes over the CEO-chair.

2003 – The company has grown rapidly, becoming a Gazelle company in 2003. A small agent network is taking form with Rickvin Trading Pte in Singapore beeing the first.

2004 – Vibratec further strengthened its dedication to being a technology strong-hold by including Leif Kari, Professor in Engineering Acoustics, KTH (Royal Institute of Technology), Stockholm, into the Board of Directors. This gives Vibratec a unique bridge between the industry and leading-edge research through an in-depth cooperation with the Marcus Wallenberg Laboratory for Sound and Vibration Research at KTH.

2005 – Vibratec Akustikprodukter becomes a Trademark in Sweden, Norway and China.

2007 – A new subsidiary company is started in Estonia: Akustikatooted OÜ.

2008 – A new subsidiary company is established in Denmark, Vibratec Akustikprodukter ApS, with Mr Anders Olsen as driving CEO. Svante Hägerstrand becomes new CEO for Vibratec Akustikprodukter AB.

2009 – The remaining 49% of the Norwegian subsidiary Vibratec Akustikprodukter AS is acquired.

2011 – The production of wire rope isolators is moved from Norway to Sweden – all production is now under the same roof.