OSLO, NORWAY: Goodtech ASA has today signed an agreement with the Swedish group BE Group on the sale of 100% of the shares in Goodtech Solutions Manufacturing AB, a statement said.
Goodtech Solutions Manufacturing AB is a CNC machining workshop in Arvika in Sweden, with an annual turnover of around SEK 20 million. The company has 15 employees and the sale involves the takeover of machinery, property and other equipment in Arvika, with a planned takeover on 1 September 2022.
“The acquisition of Goodtech Solutions Manufacturing AB strengthens BE Group’s offering within CNC processing in Sweden and adds additional expertise in the area – as well as increased production capacity,” explains Peter Andersson, CEO of BE Group AB.
Margrethe Hauge, CEO of Goodtech ASA, commented: “Our activity in Arvika has little synergy with the rest of Goodtech and this transaction is a natural step forward in Goodtech’s strategic action plan, where we focus our business in robotics, automation and digitization. We have collaborated with BE Group for many years and believe that our employees in Arvika will have an exciting new owner who they know well and who invests heavily in steel processing and machining.
At Goodtech, we would like to congratulate BE Group on the purchase, and wish our colleagues and employees good luck together with an exciting new owner and partner”.
Goodtech ASA, is a technology group that provides projects, services and products in the fields of electrical and process technology, environmental technology and industrial technology to energy, industry, infrastructure, building and the public sector in the Nordic countries.
BE Group is a trading and service company, offering a broad range of steel, stainless steel and aluminium products. With extensive expertise and efficient processes in purchasing, logistics and production, we offer inventory sales, production service and direct deliveries to customers based on their specific needs for steel and metal products. The customers mainly operate in the manufacturing and construction industries in Sweden, Finland and the Baltic States.