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Interim report January – June 2017 Sweco AB (PUBL)

20 July 2017
Solid operational performance in a good market

Change in number of shares and votes in Sweco AB (publ)

30 June 2017

Sweco commissioned by Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company to participate in planning and designing of encapsulation plant Clink

07 June 2017
Sweco has been commissioned as the Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company (SKB) begins systems engineering and safety analysis reporting for the planned encapsulation plant Clink in Oskarshamn.   

Sweco expands in Belgium

01 June 2017
Sweco is acquiring M&R Engineering, a Belgian engineering consultancy. M&R Engineering is specialised in technical building services and is one of the market leaders in Belgium.

Change in number of shares and votes in Sweco AB (publ)

31 May 2017

Sweco advices in power plant project in Rwanda to double national energy supply and reduce costs

17 May 2017
Sweco has been engaged as advisors to significantly expand Rwanda’s power production with a new peat-fired power plant. Sweco’s energy experts have done feasibility studies, provided assistance during the tender and contract phase, and will now oversee project compliance during the construction process.

Sweco advices in South African renewable energy transition

15 May 2017
Sweco is advising Eskom, the public power utility in South Africa, in the country’s transition towards renewable energy. The project includes analyses of methods and power system operations and is commissioned by DANIDA, the Danish state board for development cooperation.

SWECO AB (publ) Interim report January-March 2017

11 May 2017
Strongest quarter so far

Utilisation of authorisation in Sweco AB (publ) to repurchase own class C shares

10 May 2017

Sweco assigned to develop three major city districts in Amsterdam

09 May 2017
The municipality of Amsterdam has signed a collaboration agreement with Sweco (http://www.sweco.nl/en/) to provide advice and civil engineering services in three extensive urban development projects. The city districts IJburg-2, Zeeburgereiland, and Overamstel are among the key initiatives for Amsterdam’s future new home supply.

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