Stal, Svenska Turbinfabriks AB Ljungstrom, is founded by the two brothers Birger and Fredrik Ljungstrom. The factory in Finspång manufactures mainly steam turbines, from the 1940-'s also gas turbines. Asea becomes majority owner in 1916.
Svenska Fläkt is founded and achieves great success in environmental protection equipment for industrial plants and power plants.
Alstom in Sweden (formerly Asea Stal) delivers 18 nuclear turbines to the Swedish and Finnish nuclear power plants.
Alstom is chosen as the supplier for the construction of Arlandabanan and the Arlanda Express trains.
Alstom and ABB become ABB Alstom Power and a year later becomes Alstom Power when Alstom acquires ABB's part of ABB Alstom Power.
Alstom Transport delivers 43 regional trains, the so called double decker, of type Coradia.
SL orders 55 new commuter trains. The choice is Alstom Transport and Coradia Nordic.
Alstom wins order on complete rebuild of steam turbine plants Ringhals 3 and 4.
Alstom Power gets the world's largest individual modernization project for a nuclear steam turbine plant for the Oskarshamn# 3 nuclear power plant.
Alstom Power is contracted for a complete gas treatment facility for a new power plant in Händelö, Norrköping.
Alstom wins an order of desulphurization equipment to Malmberget’s pellet plant.
Alstom Transport takes over the maintenance of 135 commuter trains in Stockholm.
Alstom has sold 247 trains to Norrtåg, Västtrafik, ÖstgötaTrafiken, Jönköpings länstrafik, SL and Skånetrafiken.
Alstom wins a contract to supply turnkey flue gas treatment systems to Tekniska verken’s new CHP plant for waste, biomass and recycled wood in Gärstad, Linköping.
Alstom wins order for modernization of the turbine and generator at Järpströmmen’s hydroelectric plants.
Alstom’s 100 years anniversary.