Mandate Boeing acquires Carmen Systems AB

July 20, 2006

Boeing has signed an agreement with Carmen Systems, a software company that supplies systems for airline companies around the world. Carmen Systems' head offices are in Gothenburg, and the company has approximately 300 employees. Outside of Sweden, Carmen System also does business in Australia and Canada.
Vinge acted as advisor to Boeing during the acquisition. Representatives from

Vinge included Bo Adrianzon, Ulrich Ziche, Sara Axelsson, Per Westman and Tina Hård.

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