February 26, 2024

Sdiptech enters into agreement to acquire Danish Kemi-tech

Jan Samuelson, Executive Chairman, Sdiptech
Jan Samuelson, Executive Chairman, Sdiptech

Sdiptech AB (publ) has entered into an agreement to acquire Kemi-tech ApS, a leading provider in tailored chemical solutions for industrial water treatment. The company has an operating profit of approximately DKK 12 million.

Based in Hedensted, Denmark, Kemi-tech is specialised in the chemical treatment of all types of water-carrying systems. The company’s products ensure that steam boilers, cooling systems and district heating plants run more efficiently, save energy and last longer. Superior solutions have over time enabled the company to establish a strong market position delivering to stable customers within energy, food & beverages and industrials.

 Fredrik Navjord, Head of Resource Efficiency at Sdiptech.
 Fredrik Navjord, Head of Resource Efficiency at Sdiptech.

“Kemi-tech has a commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction, helping businesses to enhance their operations while also reducing their environmental impact. A business model with long-term customer relationships and steady repeat purchases enables stability. The company’s strong track record in environmental solutions perfectly aligns with our own mission to deliver sustainable and innovative technologies supported by long-term growth trends”, says Fredrik Navjord, Head of Resource Efficiency at Sdiptech.

Nikolaj Riis Harter CEO and founder of Kemi-tech
Nikolaj Riis Harter CEO and founder of Kemi-tech

“Kemi-tech remains dedicated to drive innovation and staying at the forefront of the industry. We continually invest in R&D to develop the best solutions that address emerging challenges and deliver value to our customers. With access to Sdiptech’s resources and network, Kemi-tech will further strengthen its position and accelerate growth trajectory. Our customers, suppliers and employees can expect a seamless transition as we become part of Sdiptech, and there will be no changes in the management”, says Nikolaj Riis Harter CEO and founder of Kemi-tech.

Sdiptech and  Kemi-tech

The acquisition of Kemi-tech aligns perfectly with Sdiptech’s vision of providing niched technologies that contributes to more sustainable, efficient and safe societies. Kemi-tech is Sdiptech’s second business unit in Denmark and will be included in the business area Resource Efficiency. The acquisition is expected to be completed after the Danish Business Authority’s approval during the summer 2023.


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