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Vinge advises FSN Capital on divestment of Alignment Systems

February 20, 2012

Alignment systems is a global market leader within in collision repair and alignment solutions for passenger cars (within the business unit Car-O-Liner) and commercial vehicles such as heavy trucks, buses and trailers (within the business unit Josam). Their equipment can be found in workshops authorized by inter alia BMW, Mercedes Benz, Audi, Porsche, Scania, Volvo etc. The operations began in 1935 and is today present in more than 70 countries with more than 250 employees and sales exceeding MSEK 500. EBITDA have, during FSN's holding period, grown with more than 50%.

Closing of the transaction is subject to applicable merger control approvals.

Vinge’s team consisted of inter alia partner Bo Adrianzon and associates Johan Steen (project leader, M&A), Ulrich Ziche (project leader VDD), Martin Folke and Jonatan Lund Kirkhoff.

 

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