Ramudden was founded in Valbo when the former Swedish Road Administration launched its zero vision as the standard for working on Swedish roads.
Ramudden expanded abroad, establishing its first operations in Norway.
The next neighbouring country in which Ramudden set up operations was Finland.
IK Investment Partners acquired a majority shareholding in Ramudden.
Ramudden established a presence in another eastern neighbour, Estonia.
Ramudden passed SEK 500 million in sales, 200 employees and 2.000 customers.
Triton Partners acquired the majority of the shares in Ramudden from IK Investment Partners.
Chevron Traffic Management, the biggest supplier of work zone safety services along roads in the UK, was acquired.
Three important milestones were passed: more than 600 full-time employees, the first year with sales over SEK 1 billion and over 5.000 customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Estonia.
Merger between AVS (active in Germany, Denmark and Latvia), Fero (Belgium) and Ramudden/Chevron.
Ramudden establishes business in Canada.
Ramudden opens in Denmark.