Jeff Nilsson created Eazymec in 1978, but the concept of the large plates with great building potential, lay dormant in a shoe box until 2012 – it was time to develop and launch the invention.
SwedeMec AB was founded by Jeff Nilsson and Erik Björemo, with the intention of developing and launching Jeff Nilsson’s invention Eazymec. Eazymec is a toy building kit, aimed at children over the age of 4, worldwide.
Today, the company is owned by Jeff Nilsson and Eva Nilsson. Eazymec is the result of product innovation, prototypes and market research.
Eazymec is patented and has the registered design in Europe, North America and the most significant markets in Asia. This has been of great importance in ensuring the exclusive right to the invention and securing an expansion of the company.
The product has a CE marking, comply with the directives from the Swedish National Food Agency, and can be used outdoors.
CEO of SwedeMec and inventor of Eazymec. Jeff Nilsson has over 40 years of experience in the recycling industry and has built Sweden and Scandinavia's most modern recycling plant for iron, metal and decommissioned electric power technology equipment with oil and PCB.
Responsible for sales and reprocessing of various sales channels. Has run companies since 1989. Is a successful entrepreneur. Eva Nilsson managed Swede Recycling Systems for 28 years and the company Karlstadskortet for 12 years. Entered SwedeMec as a co-owner 2015.