KF divests Leos Lekland

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Swedish Co-operation, KF, continues on the path to focus on the core business.
Now the shares in the playground chain Leos Lekland is sold to Litorina.

Leos Lekland was founded in 2006 by the present CEO, Joakim Gunler and Jonas Rönnqvist. KF invested through its subsidiary KFI Kapital in July 2010. The expansion has taken the playground chain to 22 units starting from three.
“It’s been a great interest in Leos Lekland. With Litorina as an owner it will have great oppurtunities to go on with It’s succesful expansion,” says Stefan Lambert, CEO of Leos Lekland.
Lars Verneholt, partner in Litorina Capital Advisors, says Leos Lekland will continue to expand in the Nordics and targets the rest of Europe.