MACERATA – the largest stake in the company owned by Enrico and Liana Iesari, which has been operating for half a century in the industrial waste management sector, has been sold
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From Luca Patraci
Sold to Marche Multiservizi, a subsidiary of the Hera Group, 70% of Macero Maceratese, Enrico and Liana Iesari deal with the management of waste generated by companies. With the acquisition of 70% of the historical company from the Marche region, the subsidiary of the Hera Group, when fully operational, expects a 10% increase in sales and 5% in gross operating profit. With this additional operation, which follows the one completed in previous years, the Hera Group consolidates its leadership at the national level in the environmental sector, with particular reference to the management and treatment of industrial waste.
The announcement of the agreement is HERA, not referring to the economic content of the deal, but rather based on the basic parameters of turnover and gross operating margin, One can probably think that the amount is worth several million euros. A clearly beneficial agreement – for foreign lovers, it appears to be a win-win process – For the champions, the economic reactions of the sellers are important, the operational impact of Hera is important, and therefore the entry into the province of Macerata. Of course, the fact remains that a local company is changing, while maintaining the same operational and current staffing levels.
“With this acquisition – he says Tomaso Tommasi di Vignano, CEO of Hera – We continue the important strategic development in the industrial waste sector and to strengthen our leadership in the environmental sector. The entry into our suite of this Macerata-based reality and the synergy of the new platforms with existing plant equipment will increase the scalability of proximity solutions in the regions, improving the efficiency and quality of services for local businesses with positive returns on the regions served and economic benefits for customers.”
recognized and standardized in central Italy, Macero Maceratese has been dealing with services related to waste management produced by domestic industries for more than 50 years and activities related to urban waste management, dedicated partly to energy recovery and landfill, and partly to treatment and recovery. With 30 employees in its three Macerata and Martinsicuro offices, Macero Maceratese has in the past three years managed an average of 58 thousand tons of waste annually. The main plant in Piedriba has two large capacity pressing plants, a shredding plant and a waste sorting plant. With 30 employees in the Macerata and Martinsicuro offices, Macero Maceratese in the past three years has managed an average of 58 thousand tons of waste annually. Lawyer Bruno Mandrilli assisted the parties to the transaction in cooperation with the accountant Stefano Quaccioni (Studio Andreozzi & Associati) of Macero-Maceratese, by the Milan law firm Grimaldi for Marche Multiservizi.
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