Cafa advised the shareholders of Licaplast, a Montreal-based provider of flexible packaging, in the sale of a majority interest to the US-based private equity fund Charter Oak Equity and Fonds de Solidarité FTQ.
Cafa advised the management team of the resin manufacturing division of Rayonier Advanced Materials (NYSE: RYAM) in the acquisition of the division and its two plants in Longueuil, QC and Toledo, OH.
Cafa advised Appalaches Nature in negotiating bank financing and government subsidies to build a state-of-the-art carbon neutral Maple Syrup bottling facility.
Cafa advised MTI Masking Innovation’s shareholders, a specialist in masking kits and textiles for the aeronautical industry, in the sale of the company to Adhetec, a leader in the French sector held by Alvest Group.
Cafa advised a French national entrepreneur and shareholder of 9375-7433 Québec Inc. to negotiate the acquisition and financing of Les Spécialistes Fyonas, a player in inspection and maintenance of mechanical systems, allowing him to immigrate to Canada with his family.
Cafa advised CanLII, a non-profit organization supported by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada, in its acquisition of Lexum, a specialist in the management and publishing of online legal information.
Cafa advised Famille Michaud, a European leader in natural sweetening products, in acquiring a majority equity stake in Biodélices, a Quebec-based provider of maple syrup.
Cafa advised Logistec (TSE: LGT.B) in the acquisition of a majority stake in FER-PAL construction, a company specialising in the rehabilitation of water pipes.
Cafa advised Europlastiques Canada Group in acquiring a 50% equity stake in IML-PLASTX, a canadian player in the IML food container molding.
Cafa advised Altima (France) in the acquisition of Konversion, a Montreal-based digital marketing agency.
Cafa advised the manager and minority shareholder of Postech Screw Piles, a Canadian leader and franchisor in screw piles, in negotiating the buyback from the majority owner and the necessary financing.
Cafa advised the shareholders of Compresseurs Québec, a group specializing in the sale and maintenance of industrial compressors with operations in Canada and the United States, in the sale to Flow Control Group, a portfolio company of the AEA Investors investment fund.
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