Las empresas Vascas salen de compras en Julio: Euskaltel, Tubacex, Elkar y Esegui

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BY : Diego Gutiérrez29/07/2015
En las últimas semanas varias empresas vascas han realizado compra de empresas en sus sectores con el objetivo de ampliar cuota de mercado y llegar a nuevos mercados geográficos. Tubacex, por ejemplo ha conseguido ser el líder mundial en su sector tras comprar la división de tubos de acero sin soldadura de la india Prakash Steelage.

empresas vascas

Euskaltel comprará  R Cable

Euskaltel comprará el  100% de su rival  R Cable que estaba en manos del fondo CVC y  el banco gallego Abanca por  €1.155M. Gracias a la compra Euskaltel pasará a tener una clientela potencial de cinco millones de personas.

Aunque todavía no se conocen los detalles del acuerdo, sí se sabe que CVC y Abanca recibirán parte de esos 1.155 millones (el 70 % el fondo británico y el otro 30 % la entidad gallega) mayoritariamente en efectivo y otra parte en títulos de la firma resultante de la fusión.

Euskaltel, que da acceso a la red al 85 % de los hogares del País Vasco, lleva menos de un mes en la bolsa, donde se estrenó el pasado 1 de julio. En su debut en el parqué cosechó una revalorización del 5,79.

 Tubacex compra  la India Prakash Steelage

Tubacex, la empresa de tubos sin soladura localizada en Laudio, ha comprado el 68% de división de tubo de acero inoxidable sin soldadura de la empresa india Prakash Steelage y una opción de compra del 32%. Lo que le convierte en el mayor fabricante del mundo de tubos de acero inoxidable sin soldadura.

La adquisición refuerza la presencia del grupo en mercados clave y que amplía su base de clientes en mercados de Norteamérica, Sudeste asiático, África, Oriente Medio y Europa.

“Tubacex  está llevando a cabo un plan estratégico basado en el crecimiento, ya compró en enero la Italiana IBF por €29,7M para completar su gama de productos, aumentar su presencia en los sectores de petróleo, gas y energía, e incrementar su presencia en el mercado asiático” comenta Diego Guiterrez de abra-Invest.

Elkar compra Uppali

El grupo vasco Elkar, primera empresa editorial en euskera, ha adquirido el 50% de Uppali, el negocio de franquicias que la cooperativa catalana Abacus, líder en Cataluña en distribución de libros y material educativo, creó en agosto de 2013.

Este acuerdo permitirá acelerar la implantación de la franquicia en toda España e incrementar su capacidad logística y de compra.

Si estas buscando financiación, ponte en contacto con nosotros. Abra-Invest cuenta con un equipo experto en financiación pública a tu disposición. Llama al +34. 946424142 o ponte en contacto con nosotros a través del formulario de contacto.

 

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