EFD Induction provides industrial induction heating processes in defined market segments around the world. We supply best-in-class solutions optimized to customers’ needs. We improve heat processes by making them cost-effective, safe and robust, and by minimizing their energy consumption.
Induction heating takes power from the mains, converts it into frequencies suitable for specific applications, then uses the power to create controllable heat in any electrically conductive material.
Our values embody the spirit and energy of EFD Induction at its best. They help us set direction, and they guide our decisions.
This CoC contributes to set the framework for the behaviour EFD Induction expects of all employees and other stakeholders worldwide. It is based on the EFD Induction values - respectful, reliable, cooperative and passionate.
EFD Induction was founded in 1996 by the merger of Germany’s Fritz Düsseldorf Induktionserwärmung and Norway’s ELVA Induksjon. The roots, however, go back to the 1950's.
The Board has overriding responsibility for managing the group and supervising its day-to-day management and operations. The Corporate Executive Committee is responsible for day-to-day operations, and presents proposals for strategy, goals, actions and financial statements, as well as important investments, to the Board. The EFD Induction Group has 18 subsidiaries that report to the Corporate Executive Committee.
Arendals Fossekompani (AFK) is the majority owner of EFD Induction. AFK is an investment company that owns energy and technology-related companies which enable the transition to a green economy.
The EFD Induction Group applies General Sales Conditions which are aimed to simplify negotiations and to rationalize the handling of contracts and contract relations.
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