Helge Nyberg AB Worldwide

Today, we are a global company with customers in more than 60 countries. The owner is Helge's son Björn Nyberg and our history is vivid in many ways. We're still thinking in the same way - the customer in focus and a development mostly depending on the market's needs.

Our standard trolley range is offered via large catalogue companies throughout Europe. Our partner since many years, Toyota Material Handling, is the world's largest company within material handling, and part of the company which founded the Lean Principles. Our solutions are part of their range.
Our head office with development and manufacturing is located in Sweden and we have sales offices in Germany and HongKong. Our sales consultants in Sweden and Germany both help our partners and end customers to find the best and smartest solutions for in-house material handling. As specialists we want to offer constantly increasing efficiency, better ergonomics and positive economic results for our customers. 

Satisfied customers through the years


Autoliv is a worldwide leader in automotive safety.
We installed the Tow truck 702 with a train of trolleys in their production facilities. The train carries material to the assembly station with a milk run every 15 minutes.

Blåkläder has been manufacturing work clothes for fifty years. At their central warehouse for worldwide distribution, order picking is currently
done using the Picking truck 713 and three types of order picking trolleys.
DHL When DHL, a world-leading third party logistics provider, needed a solution for order picking of
CDs, books etc. for one of its major customers, they chose the Picking truck 709 with special trolleys,
flexible and adjustable to the order volume.
Volvo hardly needs an introduction. The company uses Helge Nyberg standard trolleys to transport material to their production lines for assembly and installation.  
Yves Rocher    

French mail order company Yves Rocher supplies cosmetics worldwide, and their warehouse requires maximum efficiency. Our practical electric trolleys solved their order picking needs.  

Scania, one of the world's leading truck and bus manufacturers, chose Helge Nyberg batch picking trolleys to transport materials from their warehouse to assembly stations.