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Vinge advises OGI in connection with the sale of Montako to the Finnish Inlook Group

February 05, 2019

Vinge has advised Olsson Groth Invest AB in connection with the sale of the Montako group to Finnish Inlook Group

The Montako group is one of Sweden’s market leading within false ceilings, activity adapted acoustics and specially assembly products and consists of Montagegruppen I Malmö AB as well as TJ Akustiktak AB, Undertakman I Blekings AB and AB Smålands Undertak with a total turnover of approximately SEK 120 million. Inlook Group is the market leader in Finland within interior construction, false ceilings and specially assembled products and also conducts operations in Estonia and Lithuania. Inlook Group has a turnover of approximately SEK 800 million and has 450 employees.

Vinge’s team consisted of Kristian Ford and Anna Edström (real estate related issues).
 

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