Lifco acquires Spocs of Sweden

Lifco’s subsidiary Leab has signed an agreement to acquire Spocs of Sweden. Spocs is making the final assembly and testing of electronic products.

In 2017, Spocs reported external net sales of 61 MSEK and the company has 23 employees. Spoc is based in Gothenburg, Sweden. The company will be consolidated in Business Area Systems Solutions, division Contract Manufacturing.

The acquisition will not have any significant effect on Lifco’s earnings or financial position in current financial year.

For more information please contact:

Åse Lindskog  
Media and investor relations manager
Phone +46 730 244 872,
E-mail ir@lifco.se

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Lifco offers a safe haven for small and medium-sized businesses. Lifco’s business concept is to acquire and develop market-leading niche businesses with the potential to deliver sustainable earnings growth and robust cash flows. Lifco is guided by a clear philosophy implying that the company has a long-term view on its holdings, a focus on profitability and a strongly decentralised organisation. The Group has three business areas: Dental, Demolition & Tools and Systems Solutions. At the end of 2017 the Lifco Group consisted of 138 operating companies in 29 countries. In 2017 Lifco reported EBITA of SEK 1,732 million on net sales of SEK 10.0 billion. The EBITA margin was 17.3 per cent. Read more at www.lifco.se

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Lifco offers a safe haven for small and medium-sized businesses. Lifco’s business concept is to acquire and develop market-leading niche businesses with the potential to deliver sustainable earnings growth and robust cash flows. Lifco is guided by a clear philosophy implying that the company has a long-term view on its holdings, a focus on profitability and a strongly decentralised organisation. The Group has three business areas: Dental, Demolition & Tools and Systems Solutions. At the end of 2017 the Lifco Group consisted of 138 operating companies in 29 countries. In 2017 Lifco reported EBITA of SEK 1,732 million on net sales of SEK 10.0 billion. The EBITA margin was 17.3 per cent. For more information, visit www.lifco.se.

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