Rejlers Finland reinforces industry business by acquiring Jimexo

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Rejlers Finland has acquired engineering company Jimexo Tech Oy. The acquisition strengthens Rejlers’ industry business in Central Finland with 56 employees.

Established in 2010, Jimexo Tech produces technical engineering and expert services for chemicals, forestry and technology industries. In 2017, the company had a turnover of MEUR 3,3. Jimexo continues to operate as Rejlers Finland’s subsidiary in Tampere.

- We want to offer our customers more comprehensive services, along with our traditional service offering. When Rejlers contacted us, we saw the opportunity to develop our operation together, says Jimexo’s CEO, Timo Heinisuo.

The acquisition strengthens Rejlers’ engineering capacity for production facility customers and equipment manufacturers. With the new addition, Rejlers’ industry business grows to 320 engineering experts in Finland. The company will be consolidated from 1 November 2018.

- Jimexo’s service offering and way of operation fit well together with Rejlers’ organisation. Co-operation with Jimexo means a completely new take on responding to our customers’ needs in turnkey solutions and EPCM services. Jimexo strengthens our capacity in industrial engineering and safety expertise as well as industrial electrical, instrumentation and control services, says Rejlers Finland’s CEO Seppo Sorri.

For further information, please contact:

Viktor Svensson, President and CEO, +46 (0)70 657 20 26, 
Seppo Sorri, CEO Rejlers Finland Oy, +358 44 574 5034, 
Malin Sparf Rydberg, Director of Communications, +46 (0)70 477 17 00,

Rejlers is one of the largest engineering consultancy firms in the Nordic region. Our 2,000 experts work with projects in the areas of Energy, Buildings, Industry, Infrastructure and Telecom. At Rejlers, you will meet specialized engineers with the knowledge, cutting edge expertise and energy to achieve results. We can be found in 75 locations in Sweden, Finland and Norway. Rejlers recorded revenue of SEK 2.5 billion in 2017 and its class B share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.


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