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Rejlers acquires Ramboll Finland's consultancy operations

Rejlers has completed its acquisition of the consultancy operations of Ramboll Finland.

02 February 2012

Negotiation techniques could have been used by Rejlers, as its Finnish subsidiary has completed the acquisition of Ramboll Finland's electricity and automation consultancy operations.

In 2011, the purchased firm had a turnover of approximately €5.5 million (£4.55 million) and around 70 members of staff.

This acquisition has significantly boosted the services Rejlers offers within Finland and has increased its workforce to an estimated 430 individuals.

It has also strengthened the enterprise's opportunities to provide industry and energy bodies with engineering consultancy services.

By 2015, Rejlers intends to employ at least 2,015 workers and have a turnover of 2,015 million Swedish Krona (£188.34 million).

It will do this by recruiting a higher number of people and implement takeovers in a strategic manner.

Recently, the Rejler group appointed Eva Nygren as its chief executive officer and president to help it reach this target, as well as provide the company with a more international character.

She had previously worked in Sweco.

Posted by Edel Quinn

Source: Rejlers press release, February 2nd

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