Volvo’s divestment of properties in Gothenburg completed

Volvo Group has completed the previously announced sale of properties in the areas of Arendal, Torslanda and Säve in Gothenburg, Sweden to real estate company Platzer Fastigheter. The transaction results in a positive impact on the Group’s operating cash flow and net financial debt in the amounts of SEK 2.6 bn and SEK 2.3 bn, respectively.

The sales price amounted to SEK 2.7 bn on a debt free basis and the divestment results in a capital gain of SEK 1.5 bn, which will impact the Group’s operating income by the corresponding amount in the fourth quarter of 2016.

December 15, 2016

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