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Vinge advised Industrifonden and Innogy Renewables Technology Fund 1 in connection with investment in Airec

March 14, 2011

Vinge has advised Industrifonden and Innogy Renewables Technology Fund 1 in connection with their joint investment of approximately SEK 25 million in the expansive heat exchanger company Airec. Based in Malmö, Airec has developed and internationally launched totally new types of highly efficient, compact plate heat exchangers. The capital will be used for international expansion.

Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Johan Larsson (project manager) and Johan Mattsson. Johan Winnerblad was the responsible partner.

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