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A good start to the year
Pursuant to its mandate from the Annual General Meeting held on March 30, 2021, the Board of Directors of NCC AB (publ) has decided to repurchase and transfer own Series B shares.
The letting of NCC’s Kineum project in Gothenburg, which has been developed together with Platzer Fastigheter, has reached a milestone. This means that ownership can be transferred to Platzer in the fourth quarter of 2022.
NCC has recruited Johan Lindqvist as its new Head of Purchasing and Chief Procurement Officer. Johan comes most recently from Volvo Bus Corporation, part of Volvo Group, and will be part of NCC’s Senior Management Team. He will take up his new position by November 2021 at the latest.
NCC’s interim report for the first quarter 2021 will be released on Wednesday April 28, 2021. The report will be distributed and available on NCC’s website ncc.se/ir (https://www.ncc.se/investor-relations/) at, or around, 07:10 CEST.
NCC has acquired and is now commencing renovation of the illustrious and centrally located KY Building in Helsinki, Finland. The property, which is the former students’ union building of Helsinki School of Economics, will be renovated and converted into a modern, sustainable and multifunctional office block.
In July 2020, NCC entered an agreement with Arkil A/S to divest the road service business in Denmark with 200 employees. The divestment was conditional upon approval from the Danish competition authorities with an option to withdraw if the conditions had not been met at a certain time. Arkil has now decided to use that option.
NCC and Trondheim Municipality have signed an agreement to construct the new Granåsen winter sport venue in Trondheim, Norway. The project has been optimized in an initial phase during which the parties worked together to devise suitable technical solutions and plans for the implementation phase. The order is worth approximately SEK 470 million.