Wales: Serial Investor Buys Established Glass Business

Treforest Glass has been bought by serial entrepreneur Peter Zehetmayr in a six-figure deal. The 22-year-old business caught the eye of Mr Zehetmayr, who has previously invested in care homes, a digital camera maker and signage specialists.

The company, on the Upper Boat Industrial Estate near Pontypridd, supplies glass products across a commercial and domestic customer base.

It employs 29 people and has a turnover of more than £1.5m.

Founders Mike and Marilyn Alderman have now retired. They consulted specialist advisers HW Corporate Finance about selling their business.

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600450 Wales: Serial Investor Buys Established Glass Business
Date: 3 February 2007

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