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Vinge advises the Jakobsson family on the sale of Atlet to Nissan Motor Company Ltd.

September 06, 2007

Vinge has advised the Jakobsson family on the sale of Atlet to Nissan Motor Company Ltd. Atlet AB is one of the largest family owned industrial enterprises in Sweden with an annual turnover of MSEK 1,685 and appr. 1,000 employees. This acquisition will create competitive advantages within development and production. Combined, the two companies produce 36,000 units a year with an annual turnover of MEUR 858.

The Vinge team advising on the sale included Göran Petersson, Michael Sterner, Johanna Björnum and Maria Winckler. Annette Enarson advised on competition issues and Gunilla Lundman acted as project co-ordinator.

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