Konecranes acquires Terex Material Handling and Port Solutions
Published by Harleigh Hobbs,
Konecranes Plc has completed the acquisition of Terex Corp.’s Terex Material Handling & Port Solutions business (MHPS business) for US$595 million and €200 million in cash and 19.6 million newly issued class B shares representing a 25% interest in Konecranes.
The acquisition of MHPS is expected to improve Konecranes’ position as a focused global leader in the industrial lifting and port solutions market. Konecranes has reported it will achieve substantial growth opportunities in the service business as well as critical scale for further technological development.
Christoph Vitzthum, Chairman of the Board of Konecranes, said: “The MHPS Acquisition is a milestone in building our future. It is a great achievement to bring Konecranes and MHPS together and we expect it to create substantial value for our customers and shareholders."
Panu Routila, President and CEO of Konecranes, added: “We are extremely proud to combine forces with MHPS. We want to provide a home for Demag and Port Solutions, from which these businesses can grow and become stronger as part of our joint organization. The MHPS Acquisition makes it possible for us to realise a long list of synergies. We will be one technology company, ready to create the next generation of lifting.”
Konecranes reported that it is well prepared to deliver expected synergies based on the extensive integration planning work carried out jointly with Terex over recent months. Of the total of €140 million p.a. synergies targeted within three years, €35 million is expected to be implemented within 12 months from 1 January 2017, from which date the MHPS Acquisition is deemed effective from a financial point of view. Overall, synergies will come from procurement, operations and SG&A.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/handling/05012017/konecranes-acquires-terex-material-handling-and-port-solutions/
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