We also help safeguard public spaces and key structures. Among other things, our services include rental and delivery of signs and crash barrier equipment, competent on-site personnel and assistance with traffic management plans and permit applications.
Ramudden is available at 60 locations in Canada, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Estonia. Ramudden Group has an annual turnover of approximately CAD190 million with 650 employees.
Ramudden’s corporate culture is based on something we call the Ramudden spirit. We focus on the customer, put employees’ health and safety first, and aim to be the best at what we do.
Our mission: Everyone has the right to a safe workplace.
Our vision: Leading provider of work zone safety services.
Our core values: Available, knowledgeable, flexible and driven.
Hans-Olov Blom, CEO Ramudden
The history of Ramudden
2005 Ramudden AB is founded
2009 The company opens in Norway
2012 The company opens in Finland
2015 Personellassistanse Norge AS is acquired
2016 The company opens in Estonia
2017 Ramudden HoldCo AB, the parent company, is founded
2017 Wewab Trafiklösningar AB, Trafikavstängningar i Mellansverige AB, Skilt og Vedlikehold 2 AS, Skilt og Bilreklame AS and Akershus Trafikk Dirigering AS are acquired
2017 Triton Partners acquire the majority of the shares in Ramudden from IK Investment Partners
2018 Chevron, the UK’s largest provider of road work zone safety services, is acquired
2018 Acquisition of NCC-owned ViaSafe Sweden, Norwegian Trafikk-systemer AS and Finnish LKJ-Palvelut Oy
2018 Nine new depots are opened in Sweden, Norway and Finland, and two further acquisitions are made in Finland and Sweden
2019 Six new depots open in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Estonia
2019 Provia AB, E-trafik AB and Veiskiltkonsulenten AS are acquired
2019 Three important milestones are passed: more than 600 full-time employees, first year with over one billion SEK in sales, and over 5,000 unique customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Estonia
2020 Norwegian BM Skilt AS are acquired
2020 Merger between AVS (Germany, Denmark, Latvia), Fero (Belgium), and Ramudden/Chevron..
2021 Ramudden establishes business in Canada.