Acquisitions, Mergers and Takeovers – Wood Markets News

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Enviva completes acquisition of South Carolina wood pellet plant from The Navigator Company, S.A.

Enviva Holdings, LP, through its joint venture, Enviva JV Development Company, LLC, has completed the acquisition of a wood pellet production plant in Greenwood, South Carolina and related assets from The Navigator Company, S.A., a Portuguese paper and pulp company.This acquisition is the first inve...
7 hours ago

Suzano Pulp and Paper to acquire wood and land in São Paulo, Brazil, from Duratex

Suzano Pulp and Paper announces agreement to acquire wood and land owned by Duratex in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. The agreement for the purchase and sale of forestry assets, commitment to purchase and sell rural properties and purchase option involves, initially, the acquisition of 9,500 hectar...
February 16, 2018

NYTimber and Thornbridge merge to form an enlarged timber group in the UK

Thornbridge, a leading Scottish timber processing and distribution company, and North Yorkshire Timber (NYTimber) are announce that the two businesses have merged to form an enlarged timber group, supported by further investment from Cairngorm Capital Partners LLP. This transaction is the next step ...
February 14, 2018

BASF finalizes the divestiture of its Pischelsdorf production site in Austria to Synthomer Austria GmbH

BASF has completed the announced divestiture of the production site for styrene-butadiene-based paper dispersions in Pischelsdorf, Austria to Synthomer Austria GmbH, a subsidiary of the British specialty chemicals manufacturer Synthomer plc. Consent by the competent antitrust authorities has been ob...
February 14, 2018

Duni acquires Biopac UK Ltd

Duni acquired 75% shares in Kindtoo Ltd., trading as Biopac UK Ltd., from entrepreneurs Mark Brigden and Eric Graham. The acquisition will be consolidated into Business Area Meal Service, as the company says in the press release received by Lesprom Network. Biopac has an approximate annual turnover ...
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