Sweco AB (publ) Year-end report 2018

13 February 2019
Ending the best year so far

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

31 January 2019

Greater reliance on electricity combined with more frequent extreme weather poses risk to society

30 January 2019
Society is becoming increasingly technologically advanced and reliant on electricity. The trend is making us more vulnerable in extreme weather conditions, which the UN climate panel, IPCC, says may be more common in future as a consequence of climate change.

Sweco to design new activated carbon plant in Finland

28 January 2019
Sweco has been commissioned by Vapo Oy to provide engineering services, procurement and construction management for the new activated carbon plant in Ilomantsi, Finland.

Sweco adjusts business area structure to increase focus on core markets

17 January 2019
To fully align with the Sweco strategy and to simplify the organisation, Sweco announces an adjustment to its business area structure. In conjunction, Bo Carlsson is retiring from Sweco’s Executive Team.

Jonas Dahlberg to leave his position as CFO of Sweco

07 January 2019
Sweco AB (Sweco) (Nasdaq Stockholm; ticker symbol SWECA and SWECB) today announces that Jonas Dahlberg will leave his position as CFO of Sweco after close to 11 years at the company to take on the role as CFO of Transcom WorldWide AB. Sweco has initiated the process of finding a successor. Jonas Dahlberg will continue in his current role during his notice period.

Sweco strengthens its position in safety expertise services

02 January 2019
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire Linnunmaa Ltd, a chemical and environmental safety consultancy in Finland. This acquisition further strengthens Sweco’s offering in technical and regulatory safety expertise and environmental services.

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

28 December 2018

New treatment plant will lead to better health for Bolivia’s citizens

03 December 2018
Sweco has been engaged to design a wastewater treatment plant in the city of La Paz in Bolivia. Currently, La Paz lacks wastewater treatment entirely and the new plant will treat wastewater from approximately one million citizens, resulting in better health and living standards.

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

30 November 2018

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