Mandate Vinge advises Akzo Nobel on sale of the business in Carbide Sweden to SKW

December 20, 2010

Vinge is advising Akzo Nobel Sweden Finance AB (publ) in connection with the divestment of the business in the wholly-owned subsidiary Carbide Sweden AB to the German specialist chemicals company SKW Stahl-Metallurgie Holding AG. Carbide Sweden produces and markets calcium carbide, a raw material used in the production of acetylene gas, which is used for welding and other applications. Carbide is also used in steel production.

The Vinge team includes partner Daniel Rosvall and associate Peter Sundgren (M&A), partner Thomas Sjöberg, counsel Johan Cederblad and associate Daniel Unger (Real Estate & Environmental), associates Jenny Dangré, Christian Hybbinette and My Muratori (General Corporate), associate Per Westman (Employment) and counsel Per Karlsson (EU & Antitrust).

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