Hydro acquires remaining 50 percent of Technal Middle East

Hydro acquires remaining 50 percent of Technal Middle East
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Date: 25 March 2019

Hydro has signed an agreement for the acquisition of Balexco’s 50 percent ownership in Technal Middle East (TME). With this transaction, Hydro will own 100 percent of the company.

Technal Middle East is a company based in Bahrain, delivering tailor-made aluminium building solutions in the Middle East. The company was established in 2000 as a 50/50 joint venture between Hydro Building Systems and the local partner Balexco.

“This acquisition will strengthen Hydro Building Systems in Asia where the market growth is amongst the highest in the world. We are grateful for the good cooperation we have had with Balexco and look forward to further accelerate the growth in the years to come,” says Egil Hogna, Head of the Extruded Solutions business in Hydro.  

The agreed enterprise value for the 50 percent share is EUR 35 million. The transaction is expected to close in Q2 2019 and is subject to regulatory approvals

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