StageAcquired - II | Acquired
Cramo provides rental services to small and big customers in the construction industry. The company was founded ij 1953 and is based in Vantaa, Finland. In November 2019 Cramo was acquired by Boels Rental, the terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
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Apr 8, 2023
April 8, 2023 “Prometey” won over “VEF Riga” with a score of 77:62 (20:21, 24:16, 22:14, 11:11), preventing the Riga team from becoming champions for the second year in a row. In the first quarter, the “Vefians” managed to get a minimal advantage of one point, but in the second quarter, “Prometey” took over the lead and went into the halftime break with +7, On the other hand, in the third quarter, “Prometey” quickly accumulated the norm of notes, however, this did not prevent the Ukrainian team from continuing to increase the advantage, which was already 15 points before the decisive quarter, as the Ukrainian team protected the advantage until the end of the match. Dzhan Clavel was the top scorer for the winners with 21 points, while Ondrzej Balvin added 14 points and ten rebounds, collecting a double-double. In the Riga team, Kristers Zoriks scored 21 points, while Elaija Clarens stood out with 13 points. Clavel was recognized as the most valuable player of the final tournament, but the symbolic five included Zorik, Clavel, Balvin, Jiteurius Gordons (“University of Tartu”https://www.diena.lv/”Maks & Moorits”) and Oleksandrs Kovliars (Tallinn “Kalev” https://www.diena.lv/”Cramo”). On Friday, in the semi-finals, “VEF Riga” was superior to the Tallinn team with 83:65, while “Prometey” from Slobojanska beat “University of Tartu” https://www.diena.lv/”Maks & Moorits” with 89:67. “VEF Rīga” took third place in the tournament table with 24 victories in 30 games, while “Prometey”, the round of 16 finalist of ULEB Eurocup, was first in the main tournament with 29 successes. In the quarter-finals, the people of Riga beat Rapla’s “Avis” https://www.diena.lv/”Utilitas” 2-0, while “Prometey” overcame the quarter-final barrier, beating “Viimsi” represented by Ronald Zakis 2-1. In the two games of the main tournament, the basketball players of the Riga-based Ukrainian club were superior with 81:71 and 92:73, but their fighting abilities have been affected by recent injuries, due to which Delenta Stevens, Caleb Agada and David John Kennedy could not play on Friday, and on Saturday after an injury suffered in the semifinals to play team captain Denis Lukashov. It has already been reported that in the fight for bronze awards, the “University of Tartu” led by Nikolaj Mazur https://www.diena.lv/”Maks & Moorits” with 63:60 (14:8, 20:16, 10:21, 19:15 ) beat Tallinn’s “Kalev” https://www.diena.lv/”Cramo” represented by Mārtiņš Meier and Zigmāras Raimo. Latvia is represented in the tournament by six teams – “VEF Rīga”, “Ventspils”, “Ogre”, “University of Latvia”, “Valmiera Glass”https://www.diena.lv/”Vidzemes Augstskola” and “Liepāja”. Estonia is represented by nine teams – “Parnu Sadam”, “University of Tartu”https://www.diena.lv/”Maks & Moorits”, Tallinn “Kalev”https://www.diena.lv/”Cramo”, “TalTech” of Tallinn, “Avis Utilitas” of Rapla, “Tarvas” of Rakvere, “Kalev” of Tallinnhttps://www.diena.lv/”Audentes”, “Viimsi” and newcomer “Keila”. The Ukrainian team “Prometey” of Slobojansk also competes in the tournament. The Ukrainian team is participating in the LIBL competition for the first time. The best men’s basketball clubs of Latvia and Estonia played in a joint championship for the first time in the 2019 season, when 15 teams participated. In the “Final 4” tournament, “Ventspils” basketball players became the first winners of the league. Last year, “VEF Rīga” basketball players were crowned LIBL champions, who beat “Viimsi” in the decisive match, while “Parna Sadam” won bronze.
Cramo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Cramo founded?
Cramo was founded in 1953.
Where is Cramo's headquarters?
Cramo's headquarters is located at Kalliosolantie 2, Vantaa.
What is Cramo's latest funding round?
Cramo's latest funding round is Acquired - II.
Who are the investors of Cramo?
Investors of Cramo include Boels Rental and Loxam.
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