Ferrari Zagatto has sold a minority stake to Origin
The shareholders of Ferrari Zagatto have sold a minority stake in the company to Origin.
Ferrari Zagatto is one of the largest distributors of crop inputs and a vertically-integrated grain trading company in Brazil. Headquartered in the state of Paraná, the company operates 16 stores, of which nine work with receiving grains. Since inception, its differentiation has been its commitment to bring new technologies to farmers as well as to deliver promising results in agricultural production.
Origin's main focus is to be the leading provider of value added services, technologies and strategic inputs that support the delivery of sustainable and profitable food production solutions for primary producers. Origin is listed on the ESM and AIM markets of the Irish and London Stock Exchanges respectively and is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland.
Oaklins' team in Brazil advised the seller in this transaction.
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