Infrakraft

At a glance

Year of investment: 2022
Revenues 2021: SEKm 1,571
Number of FTEs: c. 190
CEO: Daniel Pettersson
Board: Johan Lundén, Christer Janson, Daniel Pettersson, Joel Skönvall

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Founded by Daniel Pettersson and Joel Skönvall in 2018, Infrakraft has established itself as a leader within the Swedish infrastructure development services market, with the potential to drive the shift towards greener, faster and more secure transportation through its intricate work focusing primarily on railway systems and other adjacent segments such as roads, tunnels, groundworks and other infrastructure projects. 

Today, Infrakraft employs an experienced team of around 190 people with comprehensive industry expertise and is a leading preferred supplier in transport-related infrastructure construction across Sweden. 

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By leveraging its industry-leading expertise and project execution capabilities, Infrakraft helps its clients in the transformation towards a future with a more sustainable community.

Return with Impact investment rationale

Trill Impact sees strong potential in further accelerating the growth journey of Infrakraft, taking it from a leading Swedish rail / adjacent infrastructure development company to a pan-Nordic, multidisciplinary player in sustainable infrastructure development. Key impact and investment attractions, in Trill Impact’s view, include:

  • Leading Swedish rail / adjacent infrastructure development company, with an impressive project selection and execution track record, historically outperforming with regard to project performance while maintaining an industry-leading tender win rate and client satisfaction.
  • Active in an attractive market, with an underlying growth rate of c. 10%2, driven by structural trends (significant investment needs for outdated tracks as well as general sustainability push). The underlying market is non-cyclical or, even counter-cyclical to a certain extent.
  • Committed and seasoned founders and management team who are well-regarded industry veterans, and will all remain significant shareholders in the next growth journey.
  • Sound company culture, with an excellent ability to attract, retain and develop talents, testified by the c. 100% employee satisfaction rate.
  • Numerous tangible value-creation levers that can be executed, including geographical expansion as well as expansion into other sustainable infrastructure segments (e.g. power grid, wind), and M&A.

We are very excited to partner up with Trill Impact for the continued development of Infrakraft, being a positive force in facilitating safe and sustainable transportation in society. The Trill Impact team has relevant experiences and expertise to support us going forward, which made us choose them as our new growth partner. We believe they will be truly valuable and contribute towards our continued rapid expansion.

- Daniel Pettersson, CEO

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Infrakrafts' societal solution

Infrakraft is EU Taxonomy eligible: Infrastructure activity for low carbon land transport. Infrakraft has the opportunity to scale sustainable infrastructure, reduce the environmental footprint of construction and grow green skills and jobs.

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    Societal challenge

    GHG emissions from Swedish domestic transportation must decrease drastically going forward in order to reach the ambitious climate goals, and an upgrade in rail capacity is instrumental in this journey given the various problems that Swedish rail infrastructure faces today, such as subpar reliability caused by aging railway tracks/signal systems and limited current capacity coupled with increased demand for sustainable travel.

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    SDG contribution

    Enables impact acceleration across the following SDG targets:

    SDG 9.1 Develop quality, reliable, sustainable, and resilient infrastructure

    SDG 9.4 Upgrade infrastructure and make it sustainable with increased resource-use efficiency

    SDG 11.2 Access to safe and sustainable transport for all, and SDG

    13.1 Strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate-related hazards

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