Transitio was founded in 1999 by six of Sweden's 21 counties, when county-level traffic authorities were charged with running the country's regional railways, with the purpose of centralising acquisition and financing of rolling stock on behalf of the respective counties' regional public transport companies. The company also provides rolling stock support services and carries out heavy maintenance. Since restructuring in 2012, Transitio has been owned directly and indirectly by 20 Swedish counties (excluding the island county of Gotland), with each owner holding a 5% ownership stake.
Småkraft is a Norway-based small-scale hydropower producer witch owns and operates over 221 power plants, and is Europe’s largest small-scale hydropower producer. The company operates plants in both Norway and Sweden, where it has about 95% and 5% of its production capacity, respectively. The company develops, operates and invests in small-scale plants in cooperation with landowners, which carry out maintenance and supervision of the plants. Småkraft mostly operates run-of-river plants with low impact on local biodiversity.
Austevoll Seafood ASA (Austevoll) traces its roots back to Austevoll Havfiske AS, a company established in 1981 by the Møgster family, which remains Austevoll's majority owner. The company has built a significant seafood operation in the North Atlantic and along the Pacific coast of South America, with processing facilities in Europe and South America and sales operations in Asia.