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Jacques Remy & fils acquired by a Belgian diversified fruit and vegetables group

The shareholders of Jacques Remy & fils have sold the company to a group of Belgian investors active in the fruits and vegetables sector.

Based in Belgium, Jacques Remy & fils is a wholesaler of fruits and vegetables. The company specializes in the import and export of fresh, prepackaged fruit and vegetables in Belgium, Luxembourg and the north of France.

Oaklins’ team in in Belgium acted as the exclusive M&A advisor to the shareholders of Jacques Remy & fils in this transaction.

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“We have found the ideal partner in Oaklins, whether in terms of valuation, support or negotiations. The expertise and experience of the Belgian team was one of the keys to success of this deal.

Nicolas Remy

Shareholder, Jacques Remy & fils

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 Thomas  Roelens

Thomas Roelens

Managing Director

Brussels, Belgium
Oaklins KBC Securities

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