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13 November 2019

Killgerm announce Scandinavian acquisition

BPCA member company Killgerm Group Ltd recently announced the completion of its acquisition of Milluck AB.

Founded in 2007 and based in Malmö, Sweden, Milluck supplies the professional pest control service market both in Sweden and elsewhere in Scandinavia.

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Commenting on the acquisition, Rupert Broome, Killgerm Group Managing Director, said:

“Our Killgerm and PestWest operations have had a longstanding relationship with Milluck since the business was founded by Per Nilsson in 2007.

"In that time Per has built an excellent operation which is very similar in many ways to our operations within the Killgerm Division. As such, there is a natural fit between our businesses.

"Also, the dedication and professionalism of Per and his team is absolutely aligned with the values of Killgerm.

"Cultural fit is also extremely important to us, and I am delighted that the existing management team, led by Per Nilsson as Managing Director, will continue to drive forward the Milluck business under the banner of Killgerm Scandinavia."

Per Nilsson, Managing Director of Milluck AB, added:

“We are delighted to now be part of Killgerm Group, which has been a very strong partner for us for many years. The joining of our businesses is truly a substantial step forward for the future of Milluck AB. 

"Our businesses will share a great synergy, while enjoying the added benefits of each other’s experience throughout Scandinavia”.

Killgerm Group Ltd has its global headquarters based in Ossett, West Yorkshire, UK. The Group is a supplier and manufacturer of professional pest control products and has operations in 11 countries on 4 continents around the world. 

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Source: Killgerm press release

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