Anticimex acquires Killingsworth

By |  May 14, 2018

AnticimexStockholm, Sweden-based Anticimex has acquired Killingsworth Environmental, Charlotte, N.C. Terms were not disclosed, but the deal strengthens Anticimex’s market position on the U.S. East Coast, particularly in the Carolinas.

“The Rogers family has built a terrific business based on relentless focus on customer experience and second-to-none quality,” says Mikael Vinje, regional president, Anticimex North America. “The strong entrepreneurial culture in Killingsworth is very much aligned with Anticimex’ DNA, and we are very excited to partner with the talented team in Charlotte to embark on an accelerated growth journey in the Carolinas in the years to come.”

“We anticipate tremendous opportunities for our business and our employees, as well as our customers,” says Mike Rogers, owner and CEO of Killingsworth Environmental. “My two sons, Andrew and Mathew, will stay on with the dedicated team at Anticimex. They are as excited, as I am, about the global growth and expansion opportunities that we all see in this move.”

Paul Giannamore of The Potomac Co. represented and acted as exclusive financial advisor to Killingsworth Environmental.

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