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Byggmakker acquires more members

With the latest transaction, the Byggmakker chain will have control over 32 Byggmakker stores.

With the latest transaction, the Byggmakker chain will have control over 32 Byggmakker stores.

The Norwegian subsidiary of Kesko, Byggmakker, has acquired another of its members and purchased the DIY retail business of Sørbø Trelast AS and Tau & Jørpeland Bygg AS, including two Byggmakker stores and a B2B logistics centre. The businesses included in the transaction had total pro forma sales of approximately EUR 24 million in 2017. With this transaction and the acquisitions of Gipling AS and Skattum Handel AS announced in June, the Byggmakker chain will have control over 32 Byggmakker stores.

|30 October 2018


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