Great history – great future
Osby Parca is an old company with strong traditions and many unique competences employed. A boiler delivery from the 50’s and another boiler delivery from 2011 can be seen on the photo above.
Below are some highlights from the Osby Parca history.
1935 24 July, the brothers John and Gösta Darlin start manufacturing wood burning water heaters in a garage in Osby. The company is given the name Vattenvärmare-Kompaniet AB.
1940 New low-pressure boiler models are introduced that are delivered, mainly, to farmers and building companies as well as to market gardeners and food companies.
1941 The first biomass boiler is introduced.
1947 Manufacturing of domestic boilers and larger commercial property boilers, so-called self-induced boilers, takes off. The company name is changed to Osby Pannan AB.
1957 Introduction of high-output boilers for biomass that, thanks to flue gas fans, give greater heat emission per square meter firing surface.
1963 The first transportable boiler room is delivered.
1978 The company moves into 6000m³ of tailor-made premises on Radiatorvägen in Osby.
1982 Sweden’s largest pellets boiler, 8 MW, is delivered to Mora Värmeverk.
1984 Saab Scania takes over ownership and CTC Osby becomes part of the Enertech group of companies.
1984 The first PB boiler is delivered. With water-cooled grates, vertical tubes and automatic sweeping, it rapidly becomes a success.
1985 The company celebrates its fiftieth anniversary. The first 50 years has seen a long journey, from garage to factory.
1988 The industrial company, Trelleborg AB, based in southern Sweden, takes over the Enertech Group.
1989 CTC Osby AB is merged with Parca Norrahammar AB and the company name becomes Osby Parca AB.
1990 Acquisition of the Ång-Janne AB company, with more than 40 years’ experience of steam systems and steam boilers.
1993 English Wolseley PLC, one of the world’s leading PHS and heating equipment wholesalers, takes over the ownership.
1997 The first PB2 boiler is delivered. A completely automatic biomass boiler, equipped with moving grates with scrapers.
2002 Mr Roger Hancox takes over the Enertech Group. Enertech AB is founded, including three leading Swedish companies in the energy industry.
2009 Osby Parca receives the sought-after A.S.M.E. certification and, with that, the right to deliver boilers to the US market, among others.
2009 Enertech AB acquires Turboflame, a Swedish manufacturer of burners and, with this, adds to its own assortment of industrial burners manufactured in-house.
2010 The company celebrates its 75th anniversary.
2012 The first HVTS-G boiler is delivered. A design for moist fuels that is completely designed in-house.
2017 Nibe Industries buys most of Enertech Group and Enertech AB, including the brands Osby Parca, CTC, Turboflame and Bentone, is again Swedish owned.