2006 – 2012 A part of Swedish Posten and the 90th anniversary

In 2006, Swedish company Posten AB acquired Stralfors, which was then de-listed from the Stock Exchange. A couple of years later, Stralfors set up operations in the Polish town of Laskowice.

In 2009, the Swedish and Danish postal services merged to create Posten Norden, now known as PostNord. At the time Stralfors had 2,300 employees, 1,100 of them in Sweden. The company had turnover of SEK 3.9 billion and its business activity was described as information transfer.

In 2011, Stralfors sold off its SIS business area, Strålfors Identification Solutions. SIS, which consisted of, among others, Stralfors' former Labels business area, had operations in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Switzerland. The reason for this sale was that Stralfors' business was to be run within its core operation, which encompassed various kinds of solutions for business communication, electronic information transfer services, Fulfilment (third-party logistics) and services to optimise customers' information flows.