Prosero acquires Södra vägens Låsservice and strengthens its position in the Gothenburg region


Prosero is acquiring Södra vägens Låsservice, strengthening its position in the Gothenburg region. Founded in 1966, Södra vägens Låsservice is a well-known company with wide-ranging competence in security solutions, focusing on locks, access control systems, door automation, storage solutions for valuables, and service.

The firm had a turnover of SEK 26 million in 2020 and has 12 employees working from its office on Mölndalsvägen in Gothenburg. With a broad customer base throughout the region, the company counts Gothenburg University and construction and property companies among its customers.

“We’re very happy to be a part of Prosero. I made enquiries in the industry before deciding to sell, and received only positive feedback from colleagues who had joined Prosero earlier. Now, we can retain local leadership of our business, while also enjoying the advantages of a large company,” Says Mikael Asperholm, owner of Södra vägens Låsservice.

“We’re very proud to welcome Södra vägens Låsservice. This is a big plus in our efforts to expand in the Gothenburg market,” says Ragnar Thulin, regional manager for Prosero.

Prosero is the leading Nordic supplier of technical security solutions, with years of experience and a strong local presence in 86 locations in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland

Prosero is made up of local leaders in security – a network that unites the local presence and flexibility of smaller companies with a larger company’s stability and digital expertise. Prosero delivers competence and provides cutting-edge security technology that is adapted to each customer’s needs and applications. Its service offering includes consulting, integration, operations, maintenance, service, and monitoring of alarms, access control, camera systems, locks, and fire safety. Prosero has 54 locations in Sweden, 23 locations in Norway, 6 locations in Denmark, and 3 locations in Finland. Its total turnover amounts to nearly SEK 2,000 million.

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