Danish ambulance provider takes over Falck Záchranná

Czech firm KPR Health Invest sells its 49 percent of shares to the Danish Falck.

Czech firm KPR Health Invest has decided to sell its 49 percent of shares in Falck Záchranná to the Danish Falck.  Czech firm KPR Health Invest has decided to sell its 49 percent of shares in Falck Záchranná to the Danish Falck. (Source: Falck)

The Danish ambulance provider, Falck, which owned a 100-percent share in the Slovak emergency medical services firm, Falck Záchranná, between 2008 and 2009, will once again become its only owner after a decade, the Sme daily reported.

The unknown Czech company KPR Health Invest has decided to sell its 49.11-percent share in Falck Záchranná to Falck, a note in the business journal published by Slovakia's Antimonopoly Office (PÚ SR) reads, as quoted by the daily.

Falck Záchranná has been Falck's unit in Slovakia since 2005 when the firm won the tender for ambulance services. It operates 107 emergency medical service stations around the country, covering 39 percent of the territory.

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