Assemblin increases its focus in Kalmar through the acquisition of Kalmar VVS- & EL-montage AB
Assemblin VS has acquired Kalmar VVS- & EL-montage AB, which operates primarily on the island of Öland and in Kalmar. The company has sales of approximately SEK 70 million and 35 employees.
The Kalmar based operation was established in 1977 and offers contracting and service within heating, sanitation and electricity to private customers, public operations and industrial and property customers.
“This is a strong local player that complements our existing Kalmar business, especially within service. I am very pleased to welcome our new colleagues and customers into the Assemblin family,” says Andreas Aristiadis, President and Business Area Manager for Assemblin VS.
“We see substantial advantages in becoming part of a larger installation group with a clear technical focus. Being part of Assemblin provides us with increased opportunities to develop and access a broader capacity and competence base, benefitting both our employees and our customers. We look forward to continuing to develop our successful platform with Assemblin,” says Stefan Rudman, President of Kalmar VVS- & EL-montage AB.
For more information, please contact:
Andreas Aristiadis, President and Business Area Manager for Assemblin VS, firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 10 475 20 12
Stefan Rudman, President at Kalmar VVS- & EL-montage AB, email@example.com, +46 70 939 69 90
Åsvor Brynnel, Head of Comms. and Sustainability at Assemblin, firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 10 475 39 48
Assemblin is an end-to-end installation and service partner with operations in Sweden, Norway and Finland. We design, install and maintain technical systems for air, water and energy. Our vision is to create smart and sustainable installations that make buildings work and people feel comfortable. We do this through close local collaboration supported by a strong organisation. We have annual sales of approximately SEK 10 billion and 5,900 dedicated employees at more than 100 locations in the Nordic region. Read more at assemblin.com.