Mergers and take-overs

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 17.10.2018, 04:14

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Kesko has become one of the leaders of e-commerce in the Baltic States

Kesko has become one of the leaders of e-commerce in the Baltic States

12.10.2018

Kesko Senukai Digital, a company which belongs to the Finish Kesko concern group, closed the transaction in which it acquired 100 % of the shares of the online retail market group 1A and became one of the leading e-commerce platform operators in the Baltic countries.

Keyword tags: EU – Baltic States, Good for Business, Internet, Latvia, Lithuania, Mergers and take-overs, Retail



Foreign investors interested in Estonia's Utilitas

Foreign investors interested in Estonia's Utilitas

09.10.2018

There is big interest on the part of foreign investors towards the Estonian energy holding Utilitas belonging to businessman Kristjan Rahu, informs LETA/BNS/Postimees.

Estonia's Helmes buys majority shares in Belarus IT firm SolbegSoft

Estonia's Helmes buys majority shares in Belarus IT firm SolbegSoft

08.10.2018

The Estonian software company Helmes has acquired a majority holding in the Belarus company SolbegSoft, a business software developer with a workforce of 250, informed LETA/BNS.


Estonia's Nortal buys US cloud engineering co Dev9

Estonia's Nortal buys US cloud engineering co Dev9

03.10.2018

The Estonian software and business consulting company Nortal has acquired Dev9, a Seattle-based software development consultancy specialized in cloud modernization, informs LETA/BNS.

Norway's Reitan Convenience buys Caffeine café chain in Lithuania

Norway's Reitan Convenience buys Caffeine café chain in Lithuania

03.10.2018

Norway's Reitan Convenience, operating the Narvesen and Lietuvos Spauda chains of convenience stores-news agents in Lithuania, is buying the Caffeine café chain from the private equity and venture capital fund manager BaltCap, informs LETA/BNS.


03.10.2018

Lithuania's Modus Group might sell Krasta Auto to Inchcape group

Lithuania's Modus Group might sell its car trading company Krasta Auto, and the Inchcape group might become its new owner, informs LETA/BNS/Verslo Zinios business daily.

02.10.2018

Lithuania's Arginta Engineering buying companies in Lithuania, Finland

As part of its focus on expansion, Arginta Engineering has leased a factory in Panevezys and is set to buy metal processing facilities in Lithuania and Finland, according tio the business daily Verslo Zinios reported LETA/BNS.

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