Lantmännen's international ownership

Lantmännen has interest holdings in a number of international companies. These companies’ operations are primarily located in the Nordic region, Germany, Poland and the Baltic countries.

Lantmännen and the Danish agricultural company DLG
(Dansk Landbrugs Grovvareselskab) jointly own the company
Lantmännen DLG International (LDI) for the purpose of
strengthening and expanding existing international agricultural
cooperation. The purpose of the company is to expand
the position in markets and businesses where Lantmännen and
DLG already have a strong partnership and to expand into
new, mainly European, markets.

HaGe Kiel - holding 41 %

Hauptgenossenschaft Nord (HaGe Kiel) has an annual
turnover of approximately EUR 2.1 billion and about 1,550
employees. Lantmännen owns 41 percent of HaGe Kiel, while
DLG owns 54 percent. Operations include grain trading and
the sale of inputs in the agricultural market. HaGe Kiel has
well developed logistics chains and port terminals located in
Hamburg, Kiel and Rostock which supply the market with
grain and oilseeds, both locally and internationally. HaGe
Kiel has feed factories and also trades in agricultural goods,
machinery and sales of leisure and garden products. Lantmännen’s
share of income is included in the Agriculture Sector

Scandagra Group - holding 50 %

Scandagra Group operates in the Baltic region. The Group
has an annual turnover of just over EUR 300 million and
about 350 employees. The company is jointly owned (50-50)
by Lantmännen and DLG. The operations are conducted
through three sales companies – Scandagra Eesti, Scandagra
Latvia and Scandagra Lietuva. The sales companies engage in
the sale of crop production inputs and the purchase and sale
of grain. Scandagra Eesti also has a feed plant with a production
capacity of just over 100,000 tonnes. Lantmännen’s
share of income is included in the Agriculture Sector.

Scandagra Polska - holding 50 %

Scandagra Polska, a merchant of grain and other inputs in the
Polish agricultural market, has an annual turnover of just over
PLN 500 million and about 120 employees. The company is
jointly owned (50-50) by Lantmännen and DLG. Scandagra
Polska is one of many traders in the large and fragmented
Polish market. Lantmännen’s share of income is included in
the Agriculture Sector

Scandbio - holding 50 %

Scandbio is the largest wood fuel company in Sweden and sells
100 percent renewable energy in the form of heat pellets, bedding
pellets, briquettes, biomass logs and wood powder. The
products are manufactured by using residues from the sawmill
industry. The company has an annual turnover of approximately
SEK 1 billion and about 160 employees. Scandbio has
a strong position in the Swedish market and in the Baltic Sea
region. Lantmännen and Neova each own 50 percent of the
company. Lantmännen’s share of income is included in the
Energy Sector.

Viking Malt - holding 37,5 %

Viking Malt refines grain, and supplies about 600,000 tonnes
of malt annually to breweries and distilleries in Northern
Europe, and a number of customers around the world. Viking
Malt produces malt in Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Poland
and Lithuania. The company has an annual turnover of just
over EUR 200 million and about 240 employees. Lantmännen
owns 37.5 percent of the company, with the remainder being
owned by the Finnish company Polttimo. Lantmännen’s share
of income is included in the Food Sector.