Envirologic has well-functioning, patented and proven products, many years of market knowledge about the needs of the farm for robotic cleaning and great success in the Swedish pig production.
Jan Sandberg, founder
The ambition has from the beginning been to launch the robot internationally and we therefore applied for patents in several European countries, North America and in Australia. The robot has been presented at a number of international agricultural fairs, often awarded. A penetration in the rest of Europe, like that in Sweden, would mean very large turnover over the next ten years.
We can see a big difference in sales efficiency between our own sellers and our distributors. Our own salespeople, who have solid knowledge, can devote themselves full time to understanding and selling the robot. This gives significantly better sales numbers than a distributor who takes the robot as part of a larger product portfolio. Initially, therefore, distributors are a good way to process a market, but in the long run, sales should be made through own companies.
Envirologic has, with its cleaning robots ,very good conditions for success and good return on invested capital, in partly unexploited and exciting markets.
Cleaning robots can minimize manual washing in health-damaging and heavily polluted environments, thereby satisfying the increasing demands for a better working environment and meeting the growing demands for good hygiene and cleanliness in business and society.
Envirologic today has well-functioning, patented and proven products, many years of market knowledge about the needs of the farm for robotic cleaning and great success in the Swedish pig production. We are now going to apply this knowledge in the rest of Europe, in a market that is about 100 times larger than the Swedish and is valued at more than 1 billion Euro.