Alantra advised FSN Capital as its exclusive financial advisor on the acquisition of Gram Equipment from Procuritas

SECTORIndustrial Automation & Machinery


Dec 2017
Buy-side advisory

Alantra has advised FSN Capital on the acquisition of Gram Equipment, the global leader in the supply of advanced ice cream manufacturing equipment. Alantra provided M&A advisory services to FSN Capital.

The transaction was jointly executed by members from the Frankfurt and Stockholm offices and illustrates Alantra’s ability to combine the firm’s geographical reach and in-depth sector expertise to provide value add services to our clients.

“We are very impressed by the outstanding dedication of the Alantra team and their deep sector knowledge in the food equipment industry which allowed us to execute this transaction in a very efficient manner. This was truly a joint accomplishment”, remarked Thomas Broe-Andersen, Partner at FSN Capital.

“This transaction marks the third deal in the Nordics in 2017 on behalf of one of the leading Nordic PE houses and our first transaction with FSN Capital. We would like to thank FSN Capital for their trust and confidence in our services”, complemented Jonas Bauréus, Managing Partner in Alantra’s Stockholm office.

Founded in 1901 and headquartered in Kolding Denmark, Gram Equipment is the global leader in the supply of advanced ice cream manufacturing equipment. The Company offers a comprehensive product range with solutions ranging from individual processing lines to complete production facilities. With a global sales and service platform (including operations in Turkey, US, Italy and China) the Company serves a demanding, international set of blue chip customers in over 100 countries and boasts strong relationships with some of the industry’s leading players.

FSN Capital is a leading Northern European private equity investment company focused on the middle-market segment. Originally established in 1999, FSN Capital seeks to make control investments in Nordic companies with significant potential to become international leaders. FSN Capital focuses on majority investments in companies with enterprise values between €50 million and €300 million.

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