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Vinge advises international private equity firm Cinven on the acquisition of Envirotainer

July 12, 2018

Headquartered in Stockholm, Envirotainer designs, manufactures and leases active temperature-controlled containers used primarily for air freighting biopharma products, transporting up to two millions doses of medicine per day. Envirotainer serves c. 600 customers worldwide, including many of the blue-chip global biopharma companies.

With c. 300 employees, Envirotainer operates from regional centres in Stockholm, Frankfurt, Dallas and Singapore, with a portfolio of more than 5,500 leased containers globally. Envirotainer developed and marketed the first container with an active temperature control system in 1995 and since then has significantly invested in technology and its container fleet.

Vinge’s team consisted of partners Christina Kokko and Kristina Ekberg (M&A), Louise Brorsson Salomon and Albert Wållgren (Banking and Finance) together with associates Filip Öhrner, Samra Baytar, Karl Klackenberg, Anna Thoms, Vilhelm Rondahl and Arvid Axelryd (M&A), Linn Adelwald and Agnes Perbo (Banking and Finance), Hedvig Ekdahl, Lisa Hörnqvist and Hayaat Ibrahim (Commercial Agreements), Klara Secher (IP), Sara Strandberg and Sophia Holm (Employment), Johan Cederblad (Environment), Frida Ställborn (Real Estate) and VDR assistant Jessica Öijer.

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