Opus Group AB’s application for delisting approved

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Opus Group AB (publ) (“Opus”) has, as previously announced, applied for delisting of Opus' shares from Nasdaq Stockholm. Nasdaq Stockholm AB has now approved the application for delisting and decided that the last day of trading in the share will be on Friday October 30, 2020. 


Gothenburg, October 20, 2020
Opus Group AB (publ) 


The information was submitted for publication, through the contact persons set out below, at 15:00 CEST on October 20, 2020.


For additional information, please contact:
Lothar Geilen, CEO
Tel: +46 31 748 34 00
E-mail: lothar.geilen@opus.se

Linus Brandt, CFO & Executive Vice President
Phone: +46 722 44 09 05  
E-mail: linus.brandt@opus.se  

About Opus

Opus is a technology-driven growth company in the vehicle inspection and intelligent vehicle support markets. The company has a strong focus on innovative technologies and customer service within vehicle emission and safety testing and within vehicle programming, scanning and diagnostics. Opus reached SEK 2.7 billion in revenues in 2019 with solid operating profit and cash flow. The majority of the company’s future growth is projected to come from the expansion of our vehicle inspection business, including the continued expansion of Equipment as a Service, and from the expansion of our intelligent vehicle support business. With approximately 2,600 employees, Opus is headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden. Opus has 36 regional offices, 26 of which are in the United States and the others in Sweden, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Pakistan, United Kingdom, Spain and Australia. Opus has production facilities in the U.S. in Hartford, CT, Ann Arbor, MI and Tucson, AZ. Opus’ shares are listed on Nasdaq OMX, Stockholm.

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