Mahindra in Sampo Rosenlew to 100%

Share this item

Mahindra & Mahindra has hiked its stake in its Finland-based arm Sampo Rosenlew Oy to 100 per cent with the acquisition of residual shares.

In December 2020, the company increased its stake in combine harvester maker Sampo Rosenlew Oy to 79.13 per cent with the acquisition of additional 1,050 shares.

Mahindra & Mahindra executed an option exercise share purchase agreement to acquire 1,317 equity shares of Sampo Rosenlew Oy, pursuant to the exercise of a call option by it on the other shareholder of Sampo. Subsequently, the shareholding and consequent voting rights of M&M in Sampo would increase from 79.13 per cent to 100 per cent of the equity share capital of Sampo and it would become a wholly owned subsidiary of the company.

The consideration will be paid in cash and the 1,317 equity shares of Sampo are being acquired at a price of euro 43,89,561.

Sampo is known for its mid-sized combine harvesters in markets, including Europe and North Africa. It is also a joint venture partner of M&M for combine harvesters in Algeria.  Sampo will jointly focus on the combine harvesters and specialty harvester business in Asia, Africa, Eurasian Economic Union countries and Latin America.

Mahindra’s scale in tractors and Sampo’s expertise in combine harvesters allow both companies to offer a broader product portfolio to address the needs of farmers in various countries.

Sampo had a turnover of euro 52 million in the fiscal ended March 31, 2022.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Stay Connected

More Updates

Hemisphere GNSS
Business news

CNH Industrial to acquire Hemisphere

CNH Industrial has entered into an agreement to purchase Hemisphere GNSS (Hemisphere), a global leader in high-performance satellite positioning technology, currently owned by Unistrong, a

Read More »
Receive the latest news

Subscribe to our newsletter