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MAGNUSSON ADVISES TEKNOS GROUP ON THE ACQUISITION OF FEYCO TREFFERT

2017-04-12

Magnusson Helsinki advised Teknos Group, leading European manufacturer of industrial coatings with turnover of EUR 300 million, in connection of acquiring the global wood coatings division of the Swiss Arbonia AG.

The acquisition covers the companies of Feyco AG (Switzerland) and Treffert Coatings GmbH (Germany), together with their subsidiaries in China, Malaysia, Singapore and the USA. Teknos is also acquiring Schekolin AG with the associated production plant in Bendern, Liechtenstein.

The acquisition agreement was signed on April 10, 2017. Magnusson’s team advising on the transaction was led by partner Heikki Wide.

Teknos press release: http://www.teknos.com/news/teknos-to-grow-its-wood-coatings-business-by-acquiring-feyco-treffert/

Contact:

Heikki Wide, Attorney-at-law / Partner
M: +358 40 759 1591; E: heikki.wide@magnussonlaw.com

 

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