Aker buys hunting grounds in Sweden for 200 million Swedish kronor

Norwegian news in english: Kjell Inge Røkke's Aker has purchased Henlåven mountain farm in Sweden for 200 million Swedish kronor. This was confirmed by communications director Atle Kigen at Aker to E24.

«We believe it’s a good, long-term investment. The forest property is nearly 100,000 acres. It consists of meeting and conference centers,» Kigen told the newspaper.

He said the building is well-maintained and ready for use.

«It is in Aker’s interest to facilitate meeting places where our main owner and chairman can also participate without time constraints,» says Kigen.

The seller is the Swedish forest products company SCA. Kigen says it is not yet clear to what extent the property will be used for hunting.