Loxam buys Denmark’s JM Trykluft

By Murray Pollok02 June 2021

Loxam is expanding its Danish business with the acquisition of JM Trykluft A/S, a business founded in the 1970s and with 9 depots in Jutland.

JM Trykluft employs 70 people and reported revenues of €18 million last year. It is being sold by its current owners, Christian Kannegaard Samuelsen and Carl Frederik Studier.

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