Industrias Bachoco S.A.B. de C.V. has achieved a business agreement to acquire 100% of the capital equity of Norson Holding S. de R.L. of C.V., a vertically integrated pork producer and exporter, located in Sonora, Mexico.
With more than 40 years of presence in the market, Norson is a relevant pork producer in Mexico. Norson's integration consists of genetics, hog farms, feed mills, slaughter and cut facilities, value added facilities, distributions centers and owned retail shops. Norson also participates in the export market with the United States, Japan, China and Korea their main commercial destinations. This, along with the effort of more than 3,600 collaborators, has allowed them to be one of the leading companies within their industry.
This agreement must be reviewed by Mexican antitrust authorities, COFECE. Once authorized, more details of the transaction will be given.
"This agreement is in line with our growth plans for our pork business and follows our diversification strategy in other proteins," said Industrias Bachoco CFO Rodolfo Ramos. "Once we have the approval of the corresponding authorities, we will proceed to integrate and capture the identified synergies. With this, we continue reinforcing our presence in the Mexican market, in order to become one of the main producers of animal protein.”
Industrias Bachoco is the leader in the Mexican poultry industry, and one of the largest poultry producers globally. The company was founded in 1952, and became a public company in 1997, via a public offering of shares on the Mexican and The New York Stock Exchange. Bachoco is a vertically integrated company headquartered in Celaya, Guanajuato located in Central Mexico. Its main business lines are: chicken, eggs, balanced feed, swine and other products. Bachoco owns and manages more than a thousand facilities, organized in nine productive complexes and 80 distribution centers in Mexico, and a productive complex in the United States. Currently the company employs more than 32,000 people.
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