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Vinge advises Carrier Corporations

January 13, 2009

Vinge has advised Carrier Corporations in connection with the sale of its cold storage wholesale operations in Europe and South Africa (Carrier ARW) to G&L Beijer AB. Payment is made in the form of shares in G&L Beijer AB. Following the transaction, Carrier will be the majority shareholder of G&L Beijer AB.
 
The transaction’s value amounts to approximately SEK 1.1 billion. G&L Beijer AB is a group focusing on technology within the industrial trading sector with a turnover of over three billion Swedish kronor. Carrier Corporation is a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation, a company listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
 
Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Johan Göthberg, Mattias Friberg, Pontus Enqvist, Marie Hansson and Christoffer Benninge.

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