Falck Sustainability Report 2017
The 2017 edition of the Falck Sustainability Report has been published.
Central Denmark Region extends contract with Falck until 2021
Central Denmark Region has extended the contract on ambulance and patient transport until 2021.
Uno Lundberg is the new Managing Director of Falck Ambulance in Sweden
Uno Lundberg is the new CEO of Falck Ambulance, Sweden. Uno Lundberg comes to Falck from a position as Finance and Business Development Manager with Bravida in Sweden. He also has extensive experience from a number of security companies.
Falck will maintain nontransporting EMS vehicles in the Central Denmark Government Region
Falck has been awarded the operation of nontransporting EMS vehicles in the entire western part of the Central Denmark Government Region on the Jutland peninsula.
Anette Damgaard to be Vice President of Falck Healthcare in Denmark
Anette Damgaard will resume the new role of Vice President of Falck Healthcare in Denmark on February 1st. She will enter the Nordic management group for “employee healthcare”.
New CEO of Falck USA
Matt Gallagher joined Falck as SVP and CEO of Falck USA effective from January 8, 2018.
New managing director of Falck Finland
Katariina Matveinen will assume the position as Managing Director of Falck Finland (9Lives) effective as of January 1, 2018.
Falck Fire Services UK secures petrochemical contract
Falck Fire Services UK has reached an agreement with SABIC, one of the world’s largest petrochemicals manufacturers.
Falck wins ambulance tender in Cologne
The city of Cologne has awarded Falck the ambulance contract for lot number two, which operates out of Marienburg in southern Cologne. This lot is one out of ten ambulance lots, which was tendered in Cologne.
Falck Takes Full Control of Grupo EMI
Falck acquires the remaining 36.9% of the shares of Grupo EMI and takes full ownership of Colombia’s leading provider of pre-hospital medical care.
Falck enters European roadside assistance alliance
Falck Assistance Nordic joins RAC (UK), VHD (The Netherlands) and Europ Assistance (rest of European coverage) in forming ERA, a European-wide alliance of well-established motoring services businesses.
H1 2017 results affected by substantial impairment losses
Revenue increased by DKK 32 million in the first six months of 2017 to DKK 8,058 million (DKK 8,026 million in the first six months of 2016). Operating profit (EBITA) showed a negative DKK 51 million (DKK 393 million in the first six months of 2016) following substantial impairment losses on receivables in North America and write-downs on customer-oriented IT systems in Assistance in Denmark.