Photo by Boels Rental
Boels Corporate 2

Boels Gains Title to All Cramo Shares; Cramo Delisted from Nasdaq Helsinki

June 4, 2020
Boels Topholding B.V. has gained title to all the shares in Cramo Plc in accordance with Chapter 18, Section 6 of the Finnish Companies Act.

Boels Topholding B.V. has gained title to all the shares in Cramo Plc in accordance with Chapter 18, Section 6 of the Finnish Companies Act. After the security has been placed and the title to the shares transferred, the minority shareholders of Cramo being parties to the redemption proceedings are entitled to receive only the redemption price and the possible interest.

Upon application by Cramo, Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd. on May 19 decided that Cramo shares will be delisted from the Official List of Nasdaq Helsinki after Boels has gained title to all the shares in Cramo in the redemption proceedings in accordance with the Finnish Companies Act. The quotation of the Cramo shares on Nasdaq Helsinki will cease today in accordance with a separate release published by Nasdaq Helsinki.

Cramo is one of the leading European equipment rental services companies with revenue of €613 million in 2019, serving approximately 150,000 customers through around 300 depots in 11 countries with a full range of machinery, equipment and related services. Cramo enjoys solid market position in all key markets and has a strong focus on the most sophisticated customers primarily within the renovation and new-build construction, industrial and public sector end-markets.

Netherlands-based rental company Boels agreed to acquire Finland-based Cramo in November 2019. The transaction was finalized in February of this year.