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ViaCon was founded in 1986 in Sweden and Norway, with a focus on sales, engineering and manufacturing of corrugated steel structures. Today, ViaCon Group encompasses more than 30 companies in 18 countries, the CIS, CEE, WEST and MENA.
The Group manufactures flexible corrugated steel and plastic pipes as well as corrugated steel structures used to build culverts, bridges, animal crossings and tunnels. With a focus on designing and engineering innovative solutions, ViaCon’s product range has expanded to plastic pipes, geosynthetics, and on some markets a complete range of products for water and sewer systems.
Our customers include large multinational contractors, national road and railway agencies, and small local businesses. ViaCon is the technology leader in Europe. Our R&D activity includes active cooperation with governments and universities to create state-of-the-art products and solutions.
Environmental awareness, health, and safety are key features of our design process, and our products comply with national standards and follow international codes.
The bridge in Dubai earned a place in the Guinness World Records Book as the largest buried bridge in the world. The construction was designed, produced and assembled by Polish ViaCon Team.