Marguerite II acquires Swedish data centre operator

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Conapto, launched in 2018, has new owners in the European infrastructure fund, Marguerite II, who have agreed to acquire 100 per cent of the company. The company will continue the same path it has already entered. The brand, the people and all customer agreements will stay as is, they will continue to be the local, agile, and flexible partner with a strong focus on the customer experience. The difference will be that they now will have an even stronger owner that can support the growth and future expansion of the company. The first action will be to build 2 MW additional capacity at Stockholm North.

“This is truly a great day for the company, our employees and all our customers,” Håkan Björklund, CEO of Conapto, said. “With Marguerite, we will be able to support our existing customers as well as new customers with sustainable and future proof data centre colocation, both in existing data centres as well as new developments.” 

The company aims to act as a catalyst of greenfield and expansion of brownfield projects within these countries and to ensure continued support to key infrastructure in the areas of climate change, energy security, digital agenda and trans-European networks.

“Conapto has developed into a leading colocation provider in the Swedish market, and it has become a reference for delivering superior value to its customers,” said Michael Dedieu, Managing Partner at Marguerite. “We are delighted to acquire Conapto and look forward to working with its CEO and management team to continue to provide best in class service to the customers and accelerate the growth of the company.” 

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