Interim report January – June 2019 Sweco AB (PUBL)
16 July 2019
Continued positive development
Full electrification within our reach – and affordable
12 June 2019
A new report from Sweco analyses how European consumers will be affected by electrification. The report concludes that it is one of our best tools to mitigate climate change and with limited costs to the consumer.
Acting Chief Financial Officer appointed
05 June 2019
Christel Retzlaff, currently Head of Corporate Control, is appointed acting Chief Financial Officer from 20 June to 16 October.
Sweco acquires imp GmbH in Germany
04 June 2019
Sweco takes the next step of the growth journey in Germany through the acquisition of imp GmbH - a consulting company with 380 employees active predominantly in the power transmission and distribution networks markets.
Change in number of shares and votes in Sweco AB (publ)
31 May 2019
Interim report January – March 2019 Sweco AB (PUBL)
10 May 2019
The best quarter to date
Sweco to convey a location study for high-speed railway in Skåne
09 May 2019
A new double-track high-speed train line, roughly 70 km long, is to be constructed between Hässleholm and Lund in Sweden. Sweco has been commissioned by the Swedish Transport Administration to investigate various alternatives for the location of the new railway. The estimated value of the order is SEK 200 million.
Sweco acquires UK based MLM Group
07 May 2019
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire MLM Group, a UK engineering consultancy with services primarily within buildings, transportation infrastructure and environment, predominately located in South East England.
Sweco appoints new CFO and CCO
26 April 2019
Sweco AB (Sweco) (Nasdaq Stockholm; ticker symbol SWECA and SWECB) announces the appointment of Olof Stålnacke as Chief Financial Officer and Katarina Grönwall as Chief Communications Officer. Both will become members of Sweco’s Executive Team.
Re-use of energy – a key to reducing carbon emissions
24 April 2019
Energy production is a major source of global greenhouse gas emissions. We can reduce these emissions by using energy in smarter ways and reusing excess energy. In a new report, Sweco analyses various solutions for more efficient energy usage. The report concludes that substantial reductions in both costs and emissions can be achieved through smarter energy use.