Ramirent wins long-term project

By Joe Malone29 August 2017

Finnish rental company Ramirent has agreed a €30 million deal with property company Vasakronan AB to provide rental equipment and related services for the Sergelhuset building project.

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The three-year contract will see Ramirent provide equipment for the project, based in Stockholm, Sweden, which comprises the transformation of three buildings, three streets and the Sergels torg marketplace.

Part of the contract will also see Ramirent employees working on site, providing planning, analysis and execution. The company will also provide safety solutions, as well as handling the electricity and heating on the project.

Jonas Söderkvist, executive vice president – Sweden and Denmark, Ramirent, said, “We are very pleased that Vasakronan has chosen Ramirent as partner for this project, where experience from similar projects is of value.

“With our approach, the customer can concentrate on its core business and Ramirent ensures that the ‘temporary factory’ will be executed efficiently and in a sustainable manner.”

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