British Power International has been bought by Spice Plc in a deal worth up to £10.2 million. Read on for more deal headlines.
Other Done Deals
Yellow Printing Company has been bought out of administration by Cervidae, a newly formed company led by former salesman John Freeman. The sum was undisclosed
Stainless steel company Outokumpu has acquired Italian firm SoGePar Group from the Borromeo family for €215 million (£94 million). Both companies have steel plants in the UK
Legal services training consultancy Altior has been acquired by Cardiff-based professional training provider Kaplan Professional for an undisclosed sum.
Newcastle-based STR enterprises has bought Wallsend Golf Club for an undisclosed sum, as it looks to expand its portfolio.
Deals in the pipeline
William Hill has registered an interest in buying parts of state-owned bookmaker Tote. Earlier this month, the government announced the possible sale of the business on the open market.
Huntingdon-based humidity firm Munters, has agreed to acquire air conditioning firm Toussaint Nyssenne for €7.7 million (£6 million)
Cranfield-based fleet management firm Trafficmaster Plc, is to pay up to £4.8 million for TriMex Group, a company specialising in cargo tracking and stolen vehicle tracking
Dairy Crest has announced the proposed sale of its Stilton and specialist cheese business to Long Clawson Dairy for a reported £4.4 million. The deal is expected to complete by August
Whitbread Plc has announced a deal with Mitchells & Butlers Plc to acquire 21 Holiday Express Inns in exchange for 44 Whitbread Pub Restaurants
Marc was editor of GrowthBusiness from 2006 to 2010. He specialised in writing about entrepreneurs, private equity and venture capital, mid-market M&A, small caps and high-growth businesses.
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