Bravida strengthens offering within cooling – acquires service operations from Carrier Refrigeration Sweden

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Bravida is acquiring Carrier Refrigeration Sweden’s service operations in Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö, bolstering its position within cooling. The business has 37 employees and annual sales of approximately SEK 50 million.

Carrier Refrigeration Sweden AB, a part of Carrier Commercial Refrigeration, is world leading within equipment for commercial refrigeration, such as food storage cooling. Bravida is acquiring the Swedish service operations, currently based in Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö.

“Bravida has a strategic goal to become a leading service and installation partner within cooling in Sweden. It is a fast-growing market and this acquisition supports our goal. We will gain a stronger position and a partnership with Carrier Commercial Refrigeration on the Swedish cooling market”, said Sven Klockare, Head of Division National, Bravida.

Søren Steen Thomsen, Managing Director at Carrier Refrigeration in Sweden and Denmark, is pleased with the solution and is looking forward to the continued collaboration.

“Carrier continues to market and sell its products to custumers in Sweden. By selling our service operations in Sweden to a nationwide player, we will become an even stronger service and installation partner to costumers all over Sweden”, he said.

Carrier Refrigeration Sweden’s service operations will become a part of Bravida on January 1th 2019.

For further information, please contact:
Mattias Johansson, CEO and Group President Bravida. Phone: +46 8 695 20 00
Sven Klockare, Head of division National, Bravida. Phone: +46 70 699 19 20

Bravida is a leading multi-technical service provider in the Nordics, with more than 10,000 employees. Bravida delivers specialist services as well as complete electrical, heating and plumbing, HVAC, security, cooling, sprinklers, technical service management and power supply solutions. Bravida is represented in more than 150 locations in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.  





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