EQT acquires MTU from DaimlerChrysler

July 19, 2006

EQT has signed an agreement with DaimlerChrysler to purchase 100% of the German engine manufacturer MTU Friedschafen GmbH.  The MTU group's operations consist of manufacturing and designing diesel engines and driving systems for boats, armoured vehicles, etc.
The acquisition was reviewed by authorities in terms of competition and Vinge acted as advisor in this area.

Representatives from Vinge included Johan Karlsson, Ulrika Wester, Pernilla Olsson and Hanna Eklinder.

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