Darekon Oy continues expanding with the acquisition of Premec Oy

With the contract signed on December 30. Darekon has acquired all shares of sheet metal contract manufacturer Premec Oy. With the acquisition Darekon keeps strengthening its sheet metal business and expanding their service portfolio. The operations of Premec Oy will continue in Ylivieska as they are, and the previous owners will carry on working for the company.

The acquisition of Premec is in line with Darekon’s strategy to strengthen its operations as a contract manufacturer of electronics and all the related products. This past year Darekon has previously acquired IdeasPaint´s painting operations in Klaukkala and a Swedish contract manufacturer IHAAB Component Systems AB in Stockholm.

Premec Oy is a profitable and solvent service company specializing in the manufacture of demanding mechanical parts and assemblies. Its key competence areas include sheet metal work, design and product development. The company’s financial year which ended in the end of September 2021 saw them record sales of over 15 million euros with 100 staff members. The company works in a modern 7500 m² production facility in Ylivieska.

Premec will become a part of Darekon group, and its operations will be developed with long-term goals in mind. The resources of Darekon and their financial solidity will further improve Premec’s possibilities to grow and improve their position in growing customer markets.

“Premec fits perfectly to Darekon’s service portfolio. The capable personnel and the good, versatile customer base create excellent starting point for development. This acquisition will support our long-term growth strategy incredibly well. We are aiming for 75-million-euro revenue in 2022”, states Darekon’s CEO Kai Orpo.

“Premec will get a fine home from Darekon. We saw with the other owners that joining Darekon will let us have the best conditions to develop to the next level. I firmly believe that our good development will continue, and we will be able to serve our customers better and more broadly”, adds Premec’s managing director Juha Männistö.