With over 70 years of experience in 3 generations.
Börje Elvir Håkansson finished 1945 his employment on his own request as a metal worker in Malmö Metallvarufabrik with grades of good behavior and good work skills.
In September 1946 he signed a renting agreement of 14 m2 in a cellar located in the neighborhood of Smedjekullen, Malmö. The monthly rent was affordable, 17 SEK and 50 öre. The government admitted that the room was going to be used as a mechanical workshop. That was the foundation for B. Håkan Metalltryckeri, later on developed into CEPA which is now included in Stockforsa Invest.
As a solid professional, Börje laid the foundations for the technology used today in CEPA’s production. Much has happened since the time when Börje produced metal spinned items for the lighting industry and the material picked up by the boss himself on a bicycle.