Posted 三月 9, 2016
Mar 10, 2016. /Lesprom Network/. CanWel Building Materials Group Ltd. (“CanWel”) and Jemi Fibre Corp. ("Jemi") have entered into a definitive agreement whereby CanWel will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Jemi Fibre, as the company said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.
The implied equity value of Jemi Fibre is approximately $11 million. CanWel also expects to assume total indebtedness of approximately $25 million and refinance approximately $50 million of Jemi Fibre’s senior loans through the Offering (as described below) and new senior term loans committed by CanWel’s existing lenders.
The transaction will result in Jemi Fibre becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary of CanWel and will combine Jemi Fibre’s operations with CanWel’s well-established Canadian platform.
Jemi Fibre is a vertically-integrated forest products company that operates primarily in British Columbia and Saskatchewan. Jemi Fibre owns approximately 136,000 acres of private timberlands, strategic crown licenses and tenures, log harvesting and trucking operations, several post and pole peeling facilities, two pressure-treated specialty wood production plants, and one specialty saw mill.