Sustainability, Green transition, and Innovation are the three major pillars of ongoing trade and economic relations between India and Sweden.

Both countries have signed agreements in the areas of energy, environment, and urban development for the promotion of research and development cooperation and the introduction of sustainable technologies.

To take this collaboration further, Team Sweden which comprises the Embassy of Sweden, the Consulate General of Sweden, and Business Sweden; along with other Swedish agencies and companies in India, conceptualized the platform – India Sweden Green Transition Partnership (ISGTP). The partnership between all these entities is a commitment to building a climate-neutral future for both countries.

Through this proposed platform, Team Sweden will work with leading Swedish and Indian companies to accelerate the pace of green transition across prioritized industry sectors in the country and will focus on sharing Swedish know-how and industry expertise through technical workshops, networking activities and dedicated meetings between key Industries from India and Sweden.

Alleima is amongst the Six Leading Swedish companies participating in the India-Sweden Green Transition Partnership (ISGTP) along with other leading Swedish companies such as Alfa Laval, Hitachi Energy, KraftPowercon, SKF, Absorbtech to set an example of being a sustainability driver and aiming to lead the development of its industry.

On the day of the launch, Alleima was on the panel discussing “Managing green transition in a decarbonized manner” followed by participation at the Technical workshops covering the sectors such as the steel industry and the cement industry with key leading Indian companies.

Alleima with its in-depth expertise in materials technology, metallurgy and industrial process, can contribute significantly to enabling the key industries in India to become energy efficient and sustainable.