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Vinge advises Eleda in connection with the acquisition of Salboheds Bygg och Anläggningstjänst AB

June 28, 2019

Vinge has advised Eleda in its acquisition of Salboheds Bygg och Anläggningstjänst AB, a company based in Västerås with a turnover of approximately SEK 400 million.

Within Eleda, a group offering infrastructure services, owned by funds managed by Triton and key employees within the Eleda Group, there are three larger regional companies, operating in the South and middle of Sweden, where the new acquisition becomes a fourth.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Christina Kokko together with, among others, associates Manne Bergström and Hannes Pettersson. Partner Albert Wållgren and associates Josefine Lanker and Jolinn Uhlin provided financing advice. Specialist Trine Osen Bergqvist and associate Therese Åkerlund provided competition law advice.
 

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