Private equity firm sells Danish loss-making wind energy supplier

Danish private equity firm Axcel is selling domestic wind energy supplier Mita-Teknik after a period of losses. The energy firm is being sold back to its original owner, the Andersen family.

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Danish wind energy supplier Mita-Teknik is being sold back into family ownership.

Axcel, the Danish private equity firm, is selling its majority equity position in the wind turbine operating systems supplier back the original owners, the Andersen family -- which consists of founder Holger Hentze Andersen and his children Jesper, Thomas and Mia Henzte Andersen.

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