Sanera Stockholm

Sanera Stockholm

Sanera is an innovative demolition and remediation company that delivers comprehensive services for demolition, remediation and hole-drilling. Sanera focuses on selective and dust-free demolition in metropolitan regions oriented towards construction-related companies, insurance companies and real estate companies.

Since its inception in 2002, Sanera has worked toward its goal of being considered the most committed, knowledgeable and environmentally conscious company on the market. Having recurring customers and clients with high demands for quality and work environments has been key in developing the business. The company offers remediation services for fire, water and mold damage both in homes and public environments. The focus is on complex projects, including pre-schools, hospitals, offices and industrial premises.

The company has 26 employees.

Vestum's process



We strive to engage in continuous discussions with interesting acquisition candidates, both directly and through advisers. In total, we evaluate more than 100 companies each year.



Vestum evaluates potential acquisitions based on a number of parameters to create a deeper understanding of the company’s business model, risks, market position, competitive landscape, financial history and prospects, as well as the continued commitment of key personnel. During the evaluation process, Vestum formulates a value-creation hypothesis for how we can help drive profitable growth.



During the implementation phase, Vestum conducts a commercial, legal and financial screening of the target company, followed by negotiations and signing of the agreement.



After the acquisition has been completed, a plan is developed for how the business can best be incorporated into the Group to maximize the benefits of being part of Vestum. In addition to working together on strategic issues that arise, the acquired company's management maintains a continuous dialogue with the Group management. The focus of day-to-day management is on growth, profitability and working capital.