Adapteo acquires Dutch Cabin Group

We are pleased to announce that on Monday 5th October we have reached an agreement to partner Adapteo in order to realize our growth ambitions.

The acquisition of Dutch Cabin Group is a significant step in our expansion in Europe, says Philip Isell Lind af Hageby, President and CEO of Adapteo Group. Dutch Cabin Group has a strong track record of profitable growth and has a well-established network in Continental Europe. With their strong management team and proven solution offering together with Adapteo’s expertise in the public sector, we will create a strong foundation for growth in Continental Europe, says Philip Isell Lind af Hageby.

The acquisition enables geographic diversification of the Adapteo Group and less dependency on the Nordic market in general.

We are pleased to become part of a leading international group excelling in adaptable buildings. Joining our forces creates the possibility to fully realise the growth ambitions within Continental Europe, says Jorg Schilder, CEO and owner of Dutch Cabin Group.

Dutch Cabin Group manufactures, rents out, and sells both temporary and permanent buildings to customers within the governmental, educational, industrial and healthcare sectors. Dutch Cabin Group has around 120 employees and is headquartered in Klundert, Netherlands. Dutch Cabin Group operates with six brands in the Netherlands and Germany and has two inhouse production sites in the Netherlands.

Adapteo is a leading flexible real estate provider in Northern Europe. We build, rent out and sell adaptable buildings for schools, daycare centres, care, offices, accommodation and events. We know that our society will go through an immense change in the years to come. Whatever the future brings, we believe that adaptability is the best solution. With our buildings, we can transform, repurpose, scale up and scale down in a matter of weeks by using a modular and circular building concept.Our buildings can be used for a few days or indefinitely, always optimised for current needs. That is how we build adaptable societies.