NEWS FROM Bramidan

Bramidan acquired by Zefyr Invest

18 januarY 2021

With a focus on sustainability, Danish investment company, Zefyr Invest, purchased Bramidan and all of its subsidiaries. Behind the acquisition are a number of local families who have collaborated in the investment, as well as Bramidan’s management team.

Photo: Henrik Dueholm Madsen, Bramidan CEO (back), Kurt Bering Sørensen, Chairman of the Board (left), Birgitte Nygaard Jørgensen and Lars Stagaard Jensen (right) from Zefyr Invest.

Emphasis on growth and creating new jobs

Our new investors place great emphasis on investing in well-run companies where there is solid growth potential. This means reinvesting wealth that has been generated by family businesses for generations back into companies like Bramidan. The entire management team continues in the new ownership structure, as well as all staff. Kurt Bering Sørensen will be chairman of the board.

Reflecting on the Bramidan acquisition, Lars Stagaard Jensen of Zefyr Invest, says, “The increasing focus on waste recycling in the western part of the world, together with the fact that Denmark is known and recognized worldwide for our focus on sustainability and recycling, makes it natural for customers all over the world to look towards Denmark and a skilled niche company like Bramidan, when it comes to purchasing products for waste recycling. The company has been in the market for many years and is a well-known and respected manufacturer in the industry."

Henrik Dueholm Madsen CEO Bramidan med ny bestyrelsesformand og investorer fra Zefyr Invest

I feel really good about investing and joining a company where there is a good management and also a large production of products that support the transition to a more circular economy. Here is the potential to sell even more of the products that the company already offers.”

— Kurt Bering Sørensen, Chairman of the board

Kurt Bering Sørensen på besøg hos Bramidan

Strong foundation for the future

“I look forward to being part of the new owners," says Henrik Dueholm Madsen, Bramidan CEO. "It means a lot to me that Bramidan still has investors who have the long term in mind, and consist of solid business people who have run their own business. These are the best conditions to grow a company under, and Bramidan still has a lot of potential."