- Mobilhouse is a provider of temporary modular buildings for offices, schools, kindergartens, offices and building sites to private and public customers
- Adelis acquired Mobilhouse in 2019
- Under Adelis’ ownership, Mobilhouse shifted towards a 100% rental model
Adelis Equity Partners announced it has divested its majority stake in Mobilhouse to a consortium led by investment firm Kirk Kapital.
Fredericia, Denmark-based Mobilhouse is a provider of temporary modular buildings for offices, schools, kindergartens, offices and building sites to private and public customers.
Under Adelis’ ownership, Mobilhouse executed a successful roll-out of its modular space offering driven by, amongst other things, ESG initiatives targeted towards public customers, according to a statement. In addition, the company has successfully shifted towards a 100 percent rental model, according to Adelis.
“Thanks to the strategic shift during recent years, Mobilhouse now has a solid and scalable business, with a strong management team,” said Steffen Thomsen, senior adviser at Adelis.
Adelis is a growth-focused private equity firm headquartered in Stockholm. The firm manages approximately €2.5 billion in capital.
Kirk Kapital is a family-owned investment company owned by the Kirk Johansen family. Based in based in Vejle, Denmark, the company manages approximately €1.9 billion in assets under management, invested within strategic investments and financial investments.