Media

Welcome to our Media section. In this section, you will find NCC Group press releases and news about our projects, operations and people in the Nordics. You will also find images and films, NCC in social media, NCC in brief, media contacts and much more.

NCC's Media line: +46 858 551 900
E-mail: press@ncc.se

Latest Press Releases

Invitation to presentation of NCC’s interim report for January-September and the third quarter 2020

NCC’s interim report for January-September 2020 will be released on Friday, November 6. The report will be distributed and available on NCC’s website ncc.se/ir (https://www.ncc.se/investor-relations/) at, or around, 7:10 CET.

Notification of the Extraordinary General Meeting of NCC AB

The shareholders of NCC AB (the Company) are hereby invited to participate in an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) to be held on November 12, 2020.

NCC’s Board of Directors proposes a dividend of SEK 2.50 per share

The Board of Directors of NCC AB proposes a dividend of SEK 2.50 per share for the 2019 fiscal year. The Board will therefor summon shareholders to an Extra General Meeting on November 12, 2020. The proposal is put forth after the Board, in accordance with previous communication, has made a renewed assessment of the effects of the Corona pandemic and NCC’s financial position.

AMF & AMF Fonder change representative in NCC’s Nomination Committee

At the NCC AGM 2020, Anders Oscarsson was elected to represent AMF & AMF Fonder in the coming Nomination Committee. AMF & AMF Fonder, NCC’s third largest owner, has decided to change representative to Peter Guve, asset manager at AMF Fonder.

Tenth consecutive year for NCC’s Awareness Day – fewer serious accidents at NCC during the decade but the work must continue

When NCC concludes what has happened since Awareness Day was introduced in 2011, there is a visible trend of fewer serious accidents occurring at NCC when employees are given more responsibility for the work environment at their own work sites. Clear procedures, reporting and monitoring, as well as tools such as Time Out and daily safety briefings have yielded results, but the safety work must continue.