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April 6, 2018updated 05 Apr 2018 10:27am

M&As this week: Mueller Industries, Davey Coach Sales, Really Good Stuff

Mueller Industries has completed the acquisition of Die-Mold Tool for an undisclosed sum.

Mueller Industries has completed the acquisition of Die-Mold Tool for an undisclosed sum.

Based in the US, Mueller is engaged in the manufacturing of copper, copper alloy, aluminium, steel and plastic goods, while Die-Mold is a Canadian manufacturer of plastic PEX, plumbing equipment and plastic injection tooling.

The transaction will enable Mueller to develop and fortify its flow control product offerings in pressure plastics.

Davey Coach Sales has completed the acquisition of Intermountain Coach Leasing for an undisclosed sum.

“The transaction will enable Davey Coach to enhance its service footprint and roll out its next phase of expansion.”

Based in the US, Davey Coach is a new and used buses dealer, while Intermountain is a mid-size buses dealer and lessor.

The transaction will enable Davey Coach to enhance its service footprint and roll out its next phase of expansion.

Really Good Stuff has completed the acquisition of Steve Spangler Science for an undisclosed sum.

Based in the US, Really Good Stuff is a designer and retailer of teaching and classroom products, while Steve Spangler provides science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) related educational content and products.

The acquisition will enable Really Good Stuff to offer large-scale science experiences.

Alibaba Group has agreed to acquire the remaining shares in Ele.me for $9.5bn.

Based in China, Alibaba Group is an e-commerce retailer, while Ele.me is an online platform that offers delivery and local services.

The acquisition will enable Alibaba to customise its new retail strategy and offer better online and offline consumer experience in the local services segment.