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Saferoad Holding ASA acquires TrafikkDirigering AS

Oslo, 29 November 2017: Saferoad Holding ASA has acquired TrafikkDirigering AS in Norway.

TrafikkDirigering is a leading player in the Norwegian market for work zone protection services and had revenue of NOK 92 Million in 2016.  Saferoad is a leading supplier of road safety and road infrastructure solutions in Europe.

“TrafikkDirigering’s deep expertise and innovative solutions in work zone protection services will expand and further strengthen our offering and reinforce our leading position in the Norwegian road safety and work zone protection market”, says Morten Holum, CEO in Saferoad.

“With the support of Saferoad, we look forward to taking additional steps in work zone protection and road work safety. This will give us a more robust platform, both administratively and financially, and give our employees new and exciting development opportunities. Joining forces with Saferoad will enable us to offer our customers a unique range of products and services nationwide”, says Kåre Høitomt, Managing Director in TrafikkDirigering.

The acquisition is effective as of 29 November 2017.

 

For more information, please contact:
Morten Holum, CEO Saferoad Group

+47 99 50 99 30

 

About Saferoad
Saferoad is a leading supplier of road safety and road infrastructure solutions in Northern, Central and Eastern Europe. The Group’s core business comprises design, manufacturing, sales and installation of a wide range of products and solutions that improve the standard of road safety and road infrastructure. Saferoad plays an important role in various stages of new road construction projects as well as within maintenance and upgrades of existing roads.

Product areas include road restraint systems, signs, light poles, road marking and work zone protection within road safety, and soil steel bridges, pipes and culverts and geosynthetics within road infrastructure.
Saferoad is headquartered in Oslo, Norway and employs approximately 2,700employees across 20 countries in Europe.