Vinge advised Latour in connection with the acquisition of MAXAGV

September 14, 2022

Investment AB Latour has, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Latour Industries AB, acquired the two companies Soft Design RTS AB and atab autmationsteknik AB (jointly MAXAGV) from the founders and management.

MAXAGV is a leading mobile robotics and software company providing automation technology for goods handling solutions with headquarter in Mölndal. Net sales amounts to approximately SEK 160 m, of which the vast majority is exported.

Investment AB Latour is a mixed investment company consisting primarily of a wholly-owned industrial operations and an investment portfolio of listing holdings in which Latour is the principal owner or one of the principal owners.

Vinge’s team consisted of Magnus Pauli, Petronella Hallberg, Beatrice Randow, Adrian Filipovic and Hanna Marberg.


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