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Interim report January – March 2020 Sweco AB (PUBL)

15 May 2020
Strong start of the year – but uncertain times ahead
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Urban Insight | How do we limit the CO2 impact of transport?

14 May 2020
Following the latest Urban Insight report, we examined how we are dealing with the reduction of carbon emissions in infrastructure projects in Belgium. This time we explain the 'Roadmap for Goods Transport 2030'. With this route plan, Sweco, in collaboration with the government and scientific partners, is helping to shape the Flemish climate and mobility policy.
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World first in the environmental field: purifying water using iron-sand

05 May 2020
In the heart of Grenspark Kalmthoutse Heide (the Netherlands) lies ‘De Groote Meer’ (The Large Mere’), one of our northern neighbours largest ponds. An iron-sand filter there will make water originating from agricultural plots, phosphate-free and purer, a unique process on such a large scale.
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Sweco welcomes Filip Verheyen as the new Division Director for Industry

04 May 2020
Filip Verheyen leaves the engineering firm Worley and joins Sweco as a board member at the helm of the Industry division. In doing so, Filip succeeds Patrick Van de Velde and will be steering the intended growth in the right direction.

Resolutions at Sweco AB’s Annual General Meeting and resolution on repurchase and transfer of treasury shares

23 April 2020
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Sweco Belgium will henceforth operate as a private limited company (bv/srl)

23 April 2020
Under the new company legislation, Sweco Belgium is transformed into a private limited company (besloten vennootschap/société à responsabilité limitée). As of today, the correct full name is Sweco Belgium bv/srl.

Sweco’s Board of Directors adjusts its dividend proposal

21 April 2020
Given the general level of uncertainty resulting from Covid-19, Sweco’s Board has decided to adjust its dividend proposal. New proposed dividend is SEK 3.10 per share.

Sweco part of designing a new tramline in Helsinki

08 April 2020
As part of investment in a growing tramline network in Helsinki, Finland, Sweco in alliance with Destia and WSP will provide services to Helsinki City Transport, HKL, for construction of the new Kalasatama tramline. 

Effects of Covid-19 and announced measures

06 April 2020
Sweco has a continued strong financial position with a project portfolio that remains relatively unaffected due to Covid-19. However, the company is taking necessary actions to mitigate effects of weaker demand in specific segments.

Sweco's Annual Report 2019

02 April 2020