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Newsec acquires Zynka BIM – strengthens the offering within building information management

Patrik Attemark, CEO, Newsec, Petter Bengtsson, CEO, Zynka and Christoffer Börjesson, Head of Newsec Digital Accelerator, Newsec.

Newsec continues its digital venture and expands Newsec Digital Accelerator by acquiring the leading BIM player Zynka. Zynka has around 50 employees and the company delivers innovative digital solutions and provides expert knowledge in every step of the real estate business, from project development to asset management.

“This is the next exciting step taken by our digital initiative Newsec Digital Accelerator. Newsec and Zynka complement each other well and together we create an industry-leading complete solution to accelerate our customers' digital transformation and give property owners significant opportunities to improve both sustainability, tenant satisfaction and net operating income", said Patrik Attemark, CEO, Newsec

In recent years, Newsec has seen strong growth, both organically and through acquisitions. With more than 2,400 employees in the four business areas Property Asset Management, Advisory, Investment Management and Energy Transition, Newsec is the largest player in the Nordic and Baltic countries.

“With Newsec as our owner, we create a unique position in the market, where Zynka and Newsec merge and can offer digital cutting-edge expertise and solutions to jointly drive the digitalisation of the construction and real estate industry forward. We complement Newsec's broad offering and gain access to 9,000 properties in all markets where Newsec is present”, said Petter Bengtsson, CEO, Zynka.

Newsec has assets totalling a value of EUR 68 billion distributed over 50 million square meters under management. Together with Zynka, Newsec will be able to further strengthen its offer within advisory, project management and tools for the digital building. Going forward, Newsec’s customers are presented with an expanded offer including validation of square meters through scanning, digital representation of property drawings, data representation and a digital drawing archive among others.

“Through the acquisition of Zynka, Newsec adds solid expertise in BIM, GIS and digital twins in combination with a leading platform for creating and managing digital buildings. We are now enabling property owners to become more data-driven and start their digitalisation journey today. With a digital representation of the building, information is visualised, and the property owner gets access to insights about, for example, surface use and indoor climate", said Christoffer Börjesson, Head of Newsec Digital Accelerator, Newsec.

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