About us

Challenging our customers to think differently

We provide innovative technical solutions to create superior value by improving reactor performance, and reducing risks and costs across the nuclear and radioactive material lifecycle.

Creating Value

Our offer includes advanced engineering and consultancy, fuel and materials testing, fuel and reactor management software as well as lifecycle management of nuclear and radioactive hazards, decommissioning of nuclear facilities and designing radioactive waste management processes. When working with our customers, we challenge them to think differently and support them towards the long-term goal of delivering reliable and more sustainable energy to the growing population of the world.


Innovating Nuclear Sustainability
Studsvik is a unique, independent partner developing safety & efficiency for the global nuclear industry. Through our expertise and facilities, we support a sustainable future.

The Company

The company Studsvik started life at the Studsvik site, 100 km south of Stockholm, on the Baltic coast in Sweden. Studsvik has continued to evolve and grow over 75 years into a truly global company, and now has bases in Sweden, Germany, UK, Switzerland, USA, Japan, and China.

We are a global player and our 500+ employees support customers world-wide across the whole nuclear fuel cycle. We attract the best, highly-skilled people in the business who are experts in their fields.

Studsvik’s shares are listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm.

Core Values

Our core values, or our behaviors as we call them, are a beacon for daily operations and guide us through our decision-making.

Our story

In 1947 AB Atomenergi was formed to develop, design, construct and operate nuclear power installations in Sweden.

Studsvik Locations

A truly global company.

Studsvik in a brief

Our business focus areas are fuel and materials technology, reactor analysis software, decontamination and radiation protection as well as technical platforms for handling, conditioning and volume reduction of radioactive waste.