SoftBank is set to achieve an exit as the warehousing robotics technology developer prepares to go public in Oslo on October 20.
AutoStore, a Norway-based warehouse automation technology provider backed by internet and telecommunications group SoftBank, has filed to raise up to NOK15.5bn ($1.8bn) in an initial public offering. Shares will be offered on the Oslo Stock Exchange at between NOK27.00 and NOK31.00 ($3.16-$3.63) each, valuing AutoStore at up to $12bn. The offering is set to take…
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