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Storskogen is an international group of businesses across Trade, Industry, and Services. We are uniquely positioned to identify, acquire, and develop market leaders with sustainable business models over an infinite ownership horizon

About Storskogen

Long-term perspective and entrepreneurship

Many well-run, profitable businesses reach a point where they consider it a good time to seek new ownership in order to secure their future and unlock their potential. Storskogen was founded in 2012 to meet this need and take on long-term ownership of companies. Today, we have grown into a well-diversified group of 135 business units divided into 14 verticals, with approximately SEK 30.5 billion in sales (LTM) as of 30 September 2022. Our success can be attributed to our long-term perspective and our focus on the driving forces for entrepreneurship.

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Business area

We take pride in our companies

Storskogen is divided into three business areas – Trade, Industry and Services – consisting of 135 business units operating under their own brand names in 27 countries. A business unit can either be a company with its own subsidiaries or a standalone business. What all companies in our group have in common is a focus on profitability, with stable cash flows and a leading market position.

Storskogen’s companies

INTERIM REPORT

Interim report January-September 2022

“Net sales increased by 113 percent to SEK 24.4 billion (11.5) in the first nine months. Most of the increase is attributable to acquisitions, with organic growth for the period amounting to 12 percent. Since our IPO about a year ago, when we raised SEK 7.2 billion through a share issue, Storskogen’s sales have more than doubled. In September, we hosted our first Capital Markets Day, at which we reiterated Storskogen’s long-term strategy while emphasising our short- to medium-term focus on cash flow, strengthening the balance sheet and undertaking value-creating initiatives”, says Daniel Kaplan, CEO of Storskogen.

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