QleanAir Scandinavia

Current investments - QleanAir Scandinavia

QleanAir Scandinavian is a Swedish company that develops, designs and sells solutions for clean and aseptic controlled environments. The product portfolio consists of industrial air cleaners, protection against passive smoking and adaptable cleanrooms for manufacturing and pharmacy.

Existing major markets are Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden and Japan. North America is a relatively new market for QleanAir Scandinavia with substantial growth potential. The group has approximately 50 employees.

QleanAir Scandinavia
Investment year: 2012
Turnover: SEK 400m
Fund: Priveq Investment IV
Ownership: 80%
CEO: Andreas Göth
Phone: +46 8 545 788 00
Webpage: www.qleanair.com
Members of the Board:
Rolf Classon (Chairman of the Board), Christina Lindstedt, Dan Pitulia, Mats Hjerpe, Maria Perez Hultström
Priveq team:
Mats Hjerpe, Maria Perez Hultström

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Mats Hjerpe

Partner & Investment Manager

Phone: +46 8 459 67 71
Mobile: +46 70 630 24 60
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Mats Hjerpe

Partner & Investment Manager

Mats Hjerpe is Partner and Investment Manager. He is responsible for sourcing new investment opportunities, in which Priveq will contribute with growth and value creation as well as implement growth strategies in cooperation with other owners, the Board of Directors and management.

Mats joined Priveq in 2003 and is currently a Member of the Boards of 4C Strategies, CSAM Health, Mediaplanet and QleanAir Scandinavia.

Before joining Priveq, Mats worked for Aragon Fondkommission.

He holds an M.Sc. in Business Administration from Stockholm University.