Quvadec has acquired Resilux through a cash tender offer and delisting
Quvadec has acquired Resilux NV through a cash tender offer and delisting.
Quvadec is the bidding company controlled by Quva, the investment holding of Pascal Vanhalst, that invests with a vision and intention to create significant and sustainable shareholder value in the long term. The current co-CEOs, Peter and Dirk De Cuyper, will retain a minority stake and remain involved to support Resilux’s further growth. The acquisition fits perfectly into Quva’s strategy and vision given Resilux’s circular business model and proven international track record.
Resilux is an established PET packaging player in the production of preforms and bottles, using patented production and process techniques for various applications. In 2017, the company expanded its core business segment by adding the recycling of used PET bottles to its activities in order to produce high-quality recycled PET (rPET) which can be reused in the food and beverage sector.
Oaklins’ team in Belgium acted as the exclusive financial advisor to the bidder.
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