Opus Group: The Parliament has voted against the proposal from the Transport Agency

The Parliament has with a large majority voted for that Sweden should not adjust the inspection interval according to the minimum requirement in the EU directive.

STOCKHOLM, Sweden--()--Regulatory News:

The Parliament has with a large majority voted for that Sweden should not adjust the inspection interval according to the minimum requirement in the EU directive.

With the decision of the Parliament, both the Ministry of Industry, the Traffic Committee and the Parliament have stated that they are negative to the recommendation by the Traffic Agency to change the inspection interval to the minimum EU level of 4-2-2.

The full decision is available on the Swedish Parliament’s website: http://www.riksdagen.se/sv/Dokument-Lagar/Utskottens-dokument/Betankanden/Arenden/201516/TU11/

Mölndal, April 18, 2016 Opus Group AB (publ)

Opus Group is a leading vehicle inspection company with a strong focus on customer service and innovative technology. Opus Group is one of the market leaders in vehicle inspection operations in the US and Sweden.  Opus Bilprovning has 78 vehicle inspection stations in Sweden. Opus Inspection operates vehicle inspection programs in the U.S., Bermuda, Chile, Peru and Pakistan and is active in sales and service of emission control equipment in North America and Mexico. Opus Group’s revenues amounted to approximately SEK 1,650 million in 2015. Opus Group’s shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

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Contacts

For additional information, please contact
Magnus Greko
President and CEO
Phone: 46 31 748 34 00
E-mail: magnus.greko@opus.se
or
Peter Stenström
Investor Relations
Phone: 46 765 25 84 93
E-mail: peter.stenstrom@opus.se

Contacts

For additional information, please contact
Magnus Greko
President and CEO
Phone: 46 31 748 34 00
E-mail: magnus.greko@opus.se
or
Peter Stenström
Investor Relations
Phone: 46 765 25 84 93
E-mail: peter.stenstrom@opus.se