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Vinge advises Axcel VI and Currentum in connection with the acquisition of the Ipart Group

January 18, 2022

Vinge advises Axcel VI and the Currentum Group in connection with the acquisition of the Ipart Group which includes the companies SP-gruppen AB, Klimatentreprenad Värmland AB, Rörinstallationer i Karlstad AB, Ulvsby Rör AB, MeR El AB, and GÖREL Norden AB.

The companies provide services within ventilation, heating and sanitation, electricity and safety and are based in the western and central parts of Sweden. The Ipart Group has a turnover of approximately SEK 350 million and approximately 100 employees. Following the acquisition, Currentum is expected to have a turnover of approximately SEK 2.5 billion and will engage just over 900 employees. The transaction is subject to customary regulatory approvals.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Christina Kokko together with Karl Klackenberg, Hannah Kajlinger, and Linnea Petersson (M&A), Isak Willborg (Construction), Elin Broman (Employment), Michaela Ådén (Financing), Ulf Pyk (Real Estate) and Julia Hagelberg (Project and VDR Assistant).

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