The Company

Business concept

Our business concept is to market and manufacture advanced iron goods for Swedish and foreign customers. Within the framework of a single organisation we supply knowledge, inventiveness, experience and technical equipment, which runs all the way from the idea stage via patternequipment and casting to delivering a completely finished article. Through rational, quality-oriented manufacturing, all in accordance with EN 9001:2015, we offer products in most grey, spheroidal and special qualities, with a high level of security of supply adapted to the customer’s requirements.


Unique knowledge and modern production technics

Roslagsgjuteriet has a long tradition of casting and our roots extend right back to the 1860s. Over the years the company has developed into a modern foundry where we combine unique craftsmanship with the latest production technics. Today we can offer highly flexible production of both machine- and hand-moulded iron castings. It enables us to process both short and long runs and we can rapidly change between different blanks in weights between 0.1 and 500 kg. 

All from one – a holistic concept

Our customers are increasingly demanding overall solutions where we take responsibility for the entire production process, from technical documentation to delivered cast product. We have consequently developed the concept of >All from one<.


Storskogen, owner of Roslagsgjuteriet

Roslagsguteriet is included, together with Storebrogjuteriet in Storskogen's group of companies. The two foundries have a unique foundry knowledge, extensive experience and modern technical equipment. This means that we can help with all conceivable castings in Grey iron, Ductile iron and white iron in both short and long series. And in weights from 0.1 to 7000 kg!

Whether you order hand-or machine moulded components, you will appreciate our customized solutions, our efficient quality management and personal service.

More info about Storskogen can be found at Storskogen


Roslagsgjuteriet is certified according to
ISO 9001: 2015 and ISO14001: 2015.

Certification - Roslagsgjuteriet 2019

Roslagsgjuteriet has a long tradition.

  • Ernst V Andersson is the company's founder, who started a foundry in Stäket outside Stockholm in 1945 and then formed the company Ernst V Andersson AB.
  • In 1969, all operations are moved to Herrängs Gruf's old premises in Herräng as the existing ones have been outgrown. The Norrtälje Gjuteri foundry in Norrtälje was founded in 1856 and acquires Ernst V Andersson AB in 1976. The ownership changes already in 1978 and it is instead Ernst V Andersson who takes over Norrtälje Gjuteri.
  • A 50% stake in Krylbo Gjuteri is acquired in 1978-79 and the entire operation is moved to Herräng.
  • The three foundries are merged in 1984 and renamed Roslagsgjuterierna AB. Around the same time, Norrtelje Gjuteri closes down operations and all production is moved to the foundry in Herräng. Meanwhile, the company is renamed Roslagsgjuteriet AB.
  • In 1999, Storebro Handformningsgjuteri AB is acquired but does not move to Herräng and stays in Storebro.
  • Nötudden Invest acquires Roslagsgjuterierna AB and Storebrogjuteriet AB in 2006.
    In 2019, Storskogen Group AB acquires Roslagsgjuteriet AB from Nötudden Invest AB.

The history of Herräng

Herräng has a long tradition as a rural industrial community. Mining for iron ore has existed in the community ever since the 1500s. The ironworks started in 1902 with the installation of blast furnaces. The entire operation was finally wound up in 1969. There are still many traces in Herräng left from these times, including a large number of open-pit mines, where there is water and fine wildlife today.

Herräng is also known for a completely different business. The world's largest Lindy Hop dance camp has been held here since 1982.
It’s called Herräng Dance Camp.

Herräng is strategically located in the northern part of Stockholm County.
There is a large archipelago just outside Herräng, which makes for a rich nature experience.