Dutch investor sells four pharmacies to Lloyds group

Dutch investor sells four pharmacies to Lloyds group
The group of companies is made up of several subsidiaries and related companies that appear to control individual pharmacy stores. Pic: Getty

The total group turnover is comfortably more than €12 million

Dutch investor and pharmacist Gerardus Hof is selling four of his Irish shops to the Lloyds pharmacy group, which is owned by the giant McKesson Group.

Hof, who is the owner of the McSweeney Group of pharmacies, is selling two shops in Sligo, one in Kerry and one in Limerick, according to documents filed with the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.

Hof is the main shareholder in the McSweeney group of pharmacies and dispensaries, who...

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