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InMedica group acquires Panevėžys-based dental clinic RVL

Continuing previous expansion in the field of dental services, InMedica group has acquired RVL, a dental clinic in Panevėžys which offers oral hygiene and oral surgery services as well as dental fillings, extractions, prosthetics and implants. RVL is the first dental clinic that the healthcare group has acquired in Panevėžys and the fourth in Lithuania overall. 

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Eco Baltia completes the placement of 8 million EUR of bonds...

AS Eco Baltia, the largest environmental and waste management group in the Baltics, with significant interest from investors issued 8 million EUR of its inaugural 3-year bonds. Issue was oversubscribed more than 3.5 times with orders from over 250 qualified and retail investors from Latvia and Lithuania.

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Eco Baltia is starting the subscription period for its...

Eco Baltia, the largest environmental and waste management group in the Baltics, backed by INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund, leading Baltic private equity fund, is entering the bond market and seeks to issue up to EUR 8 million of unsecured fixed-rate bonds.

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Eco Baltia group completes acquisition of Latvian street and...

Eco Baltia, the largest environmental and waste management group in the Baltics, backed by INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund, leading Baltic private equity fund, has completed the acquisition of 100% shares of the street and road maintenance provider SIA Pilsētas Eko Serviss and its related parties (hereinafter – Pekos) through a subsidiary. For the completion of the transaction, permission of the Latvian Competition Council was received in December.

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Plastic recycler Nordic Plast invests €2.8 million in...

Nordic Plast, one of the leading polyethylene and polypropylene recyclers in the Baltics, belonging to Eco Baltia, the largest Baltic environmental and waste management group, which is backed by INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund, has invested €2.8 million into a new sorting line. The new line is automated and provides high-precision pre-sorting and purification of raw materials which will all lead to an upwards of 30% increase in Nordic Plast’s recycling capacities and provide a significant boost to production quality and efficiency.

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Eco Baltia is preparing for inaugural bond issue

Eco Baltia, the largest environmental and waste management group in the Baltics, backed by INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund, leading Baltic private equity fund, plans to execute its first unsecured bond issue in the nearest future. The proceeds from the bond issue will be used for the group’s development projects with the aim of further strengthening its contribution towards promotion of circular economy at the international level.

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INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund completes the acquisitions of...

INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund, the leading private equity investment fund in the Baltic region, has completed the acquisition of the most modern medical treatment centres in Birštonas, Nemunas as well as the largest rehabilitation and post-acute care treatment centres in the Baltics, Eglės Sanatorija. The transactions were closed following regulatory approval from the Lithuanian Competition Council.

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InMedica has acquired the Klaipėda dental clinic Danta

The network of medical clinics InMedica has acquired the dental clinic operating in Klaipėda – Danta – which provides oral hygiene, dental filling, teeth removal, prosthetics, and implantation services. Danta is the first clinic providing dental services in Klaipėda purchased by the network.

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Eco Baltia group to acquire Latvian street and road...

Eco Baltia, the largest environmental and waste management group in the Baltics, backed by INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund, leading Baltic private equity fund, is set to expand its Latvian activities in road and street maintenance with an agreement reached to acquire 100% shares of SIA Pilsētas Eko Serviss (hereinafter – Pekos) and its related companies. The transaction, which is being carried out by Eco Baltia’s environmental services arm Eco Baltia vide, is expected to be closed later this year, subject to merger approval from the Latvian competition council.

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