Mandate Vinge advises Nakanishi Metal Works Co., Ltd., in connection with the acquisition of SKF’s cage manufacturing facility

February 08, 2011

Vinge has advised the Japanese components manufacturer, Nakanishi Metal Works Co., Ltd., (NKC) in conjunction with the acquisition of a cage manufacturing facility in Gothenburg from SKF Sverige AB. SKF in Gothenburg produces spherical roller bearings and the cage constitutes the component within the bearing which keeps the rollers in place between the inner and outer rings. The facility is located at SKF’s production facility in Gothenburg and employs 130 people.

NKC was established in 1924 and is one of the world’s leading companies within cage manufacturing and pressed steel components including both as plastic and rubber processing.

Vinge advised NKC. Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Fredrik Sonander, (responsible partner M&A), Daniel Ericson (real estate), Katja Cato (M&A), Anna Björk Larsson (M&A), Anna Engeström (employment), Anna Grandin (employment), and Maria Paijkull (environmental).

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