Volati´s history

Volati was founded by Karl Perlhagen and Patrik Wahlén in 2003 with the business concept of acquiring companies with proven business models, leading market positions and strong cash flows at reasonable valuations, and developing these with an emphasis on long-term value creation.

Volati has since grown substantially both organically and through the acquisitions that have been completed since 2004. Today, Volati is an industrial group organised into four business areas: Trading, Industry, Consumer and Akademibokhandeln.

Volati has grown into a company worth billions - this is how

2017

Completes three acquisitions; Akademibokhandeln, which forms a separate business area, Silokonsult Göran Persson AB, an add-on acquisition to Tornum’s operations in the Industry Business Area and T-Emballage, which  becomes a business unit within the Trading Business Area.

2016

Four add-on acquisitions completed: Ventotech, ClearCar, Pagnol Gruppen AB and Lantbutiken.
Operations organised into three business areas — Trading, Consumer and Industry.

2015

Issuing of preference shares, listing on the Nasdaq First North.
Acquires Lomond Industrier, a supplier for the Nordic hardware and home improvement markets.
The turnover reaches 2000 MSEK.
Sells Sandberg&Söner

2014

Acquisition of NaturaMed, a company that focuses on the sale of dietary supplements, plant-based remedies and health products.

2013

Reaches 1000 employees.
Buys Besikta Bilprovning, car inspection stations.
Acquires me&I, a company which designs and manufactures clothing for children and their mothers.
Volatis turnover reaches 1500 MSEK.

2011

Purchases Kellfri, a low-cost stakeholder which designed and sold machinery, tractors and accessories for agricultural and forestry use.
Volati reaches a turnover of 1000 MSEK.
Volati reaches 500 employees.
Acquires the printing company Ettikettoprintcom.

2010

Acquires Team Ortopedteknik, a company that adapted orthopaedic aids.

2009

Buys Olmed Ortopediska, a company that adapted orthopaedic aids.

2008

Acquires the lego manufacturer Sandberg&Söner.
The turnover reaches 500 MSEK.

2007

Purchases the dehumidification company Corroventa.

2006

Reaches 100 employees.

2005

Acquisitions of Sveico and Kökskungen, two companies active within the household utensil segment.

2004

Volati acquires Tornum, Sweden's leading grain dryer manufacturer.
The turnover reaches 100 MSEK.

What we look for

We are constantly looking for new acquisitions, both add-on acquisitions to existing business units and acquisitions that can form new business units within Volati.

Our business areas

Volati is an industrial group organised in four business areas: Trading, Consumer, Industry and Akademibokhandeln.

Interim report Q3

Volati presents the Q3 2018 report, read the presentation and report here.

For investors

We provide investors, analysts and other stakeholders with clear and current financial information