Merger of Poultry Companies

Both companies announced an agreement for La Estancia, Guatemalan and Ecuadorian capital, to acquire a stake in the Panamanian company Toledano.

Monday, October 7, 2019

La Estancia, a company that will have a stake in Toledano, is a consortium born from the merger of Procesadora Nacional de Alimentos C.A. (Pronaca), headquartered in Quito, Ecuador, and Corporación Multi Inversiones (CMI), in Guatemala City.

You may be interested in "Poultry Market in Central America reviews that "... The agreement was reached for La Estancia to make a significant investment in the company that gives it a relevant shareholding and management of the operation of the business although the company Toledano remains in the directive was indicated by means of a bulletin issued by the two firms."

The statement issued by both companies states that "... With the incorporation of La Estancia will further enhance the growth of the company by providing capabilities, investment and experience to continue growing and innovating to meet the new needs of consumers and the challenges facing the sector."
In the official statement it was not informed which will be the shareholding that Toledano ceded to La Estancia and it does not detail the amount of the commercial transaction.

Among the latest investments made by Toledano, highlights the construction of an industrial plant with capacity to produce 50 metric tons of poultry feed per hour. In this work that was inaugurated in November 2018 and is located in Capira, province of West Panama, the company invested $24 million.

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