The last decade, Infratek has gone from being a department of the Norwegian energy group Hafslund's network activities, to become independent and one of the leading critical infrastructure entrepreneurs in the Nordic region. The journey started in 2007 as Infratek was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with majority shareholders Hafslund and Fortum. Since 2013, Infratek is owned by Triton Funds, who in 2014 bought all the shares and delisted Infratek from the Oslo Stock Exchange.
Originally, Infratek was active within the business areas of surveillance, security and infrastructure with offices in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark. From 2009, the business concentrated on infrastructure and security. Today, the group has been streamlined further and increasingly specialized in critical infrastructure; high - and low voltage stations, lighting, operating and maintenance of the railway, with operations in Norway, Sweden and Finland.
Critical infrastructure is what makes society work. Where Infratek operates, everyday life can flow, and operating without being noticed, is our expertise. During these years, many new employees has joined us, and there are also several who followed us since Infratek was formed. Living our values; job satisfaction, presence and movement, makes Infratek a pleasant workplace where every individual is encouraged to develop.
We have a strong market position and a market-oriented Nordic organization. In January 2016 Infratek completed the acquisition of Pohjolan Werkonrakennus Oy, a leading service provision company on the distribution grid market in Finland. Our goal is further expansion in the Nordic region through organic growth and structural changes.