Thursday, December 13, 2018

Owner of Royal Canin purchase Pet Care Veterinary Hospital for R $72 million

In your first acquisition outside the U.S., the AC Maple Leaf purchased all the shares of Pet Care Veterinary Hospital. The VAC had 50% stake in the hospital and, at that stage, disbursed more R $72 million for full control, as well as 50% of the Pet Care Group, according to sources. The VAC is controlled by the Mars group, which owns the Mars chocolate brands and Royal Canin. Is the bug. The Pet Care Group is made up of five hospitals and veterinary Diagnostics Laboratory. Is a leader in animal hospitals for telemedicine, stem cell laboratory, diagnostic centers, including CT scan and a radiotherapy centre. Moreover, it is the first in Latin America dedicated to animal cancer treatment. The Felsberg Lawyers advised the founders of hospital in the sale. He has specialized in Veterinary Ophthalmology, dermatology, Endocrinology, Neurology, cardiology, oncology and intensive care. Already the VAC has more than 850 veterinary hospitals in the U.S. and Canada, among other businesses.
O Estado de S. Paulo - 13/12/2018 News Item translated automatically
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