Tuck-In Acquisition

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Tuck-In Acquisition

The acquisition of a company where the acquiring company intends to merge the target company into one of its departments. For example, a broad-based financial services company may conduct a tuck-in acquisition where it buys a research company and then transfers all of its resources into its own research department. A tuck-in acquisition is also called a bolt-on acquisition.
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Perrigo CEO and President Murray Kessler said, "We are pleased to announce the successful completion of this bolt-on acquisition and look forward to welcoming the talented Ranir team to the Perrigo family.
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in bolt-on acquisition to broaden USL's product offerings, the company said.
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The company said the cash will be used to strengthen its "ability to continue to take advantage of the best bolt-on acquisition opportunities when they arise." Together, the vendor placing shares and the cash placing shares represent about 8% of all outstanding Informa stock.
The company increased full-year 2018 production guidance to 1,225 to 1,255 MBOED to reflect the higher-than-budgeted partner-operated activity, improved performance across several operating areas and completion of the Alaska Western North Slope bolt-on acquisition. Third-quarter 2018 production is expected to be 1,215 to 1,255 MBOED, which reflects typical seasonal turnarounds and maintenance activity.
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Also, this bolt-on acquisition is a part of Trelleborg's strategy to strengthen its positions in attractive market segments.