All Mergers & acquisitions Articles

Exclusive: Deere, Hitachi reveal plans beyond joint venture
OEMs talk about future strategies when partnership ends early next year 
Trackunit acquires ZTR to create single telematics business
Companies said the combination will accelerate the digital transformation of construction
Regulator approves Hyundai deal for Doosan Infracore
South Korean regulator gives green light to deal for Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings to buy Doosan Infracore
Metso to sell recycling business to Ahlström Capital
Deal with Finnish investment company will rebrand and relocate Metso Waste Recycling
Terex MP acquires MDS International
Trommel manufacturer MDS will operate as a standalone brand alongside Powerscreen, Terex Finlay and EvoQuip 
BPH Attachments acquires piling hammer specialist
Excavator attachment supplier expands its UK presence with takeover of RTS Piling  
Rokla repackages Hartl crushers and screeners
German attachment specialist acquired Hartl in 2019 and products will be part of rock.zone brand
Sandvik to acquire Kwatani
Addition of South Africa-based feeder and screener manufacturer will strengthen Sandvik’s presence in Africa
Epiroc to acquire breaker manufacturer
Sweden-based business to acquire South Korea’s DandA Heavy Industries
Adapteo takes first orders in Belgium
“Rapid expansion” into Belgium planned following two orders totalling 1,300 metres of buildings 
Keestrack expands into agricultural machinery
The acquisition of Goldoni by Keestrack will restart the Goldoni tractors production in the Italian plant
Dakota Reclamators joins Priestly ‘family’
Canada-based contractor Priestly Demolition says move will ‘transform both organisations’
Hyundai ‘to grow Doosan Infracore’
Korean OEM confirms takeover of compatriot firm and expands on future plans
Hyundai Heavy closes in on Doosan Infracore acquisition
Korean giant preferred bidder for 36% stake in Doosan’s heavy construction equipment division
Metso Outotec begins operations
New company aims to benefit from trends towards urbanisation and electrification and the impact of climate change
Doosan to sell stake in Doosan Infracore
Korean group selling Doosan Infracore to repay €2.7 billion loan, but Doosan Bobcat division not included in sale
Rubble Master subsidiary rebranded
Northern Ireland-based screens manufacturer Maximus becomes RM Dungannon
Collard acquires waste solutions company
Demolition and recycling company merges with Raymond Brown to strengthen operations in UK waste sector
Metso buys final 25% of Shaorui
Industrial company acquires total ownership of Shaorui Heavy Industries to expand into China’s aggregate equipment market
Rockwheel owner buys Hartl Crusher
Rockwheel parent company Rokla expands into crusher and screening bucket sector
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