Beauparc pays more than €20m for Monaghan waste company Exomex
Deal consolidates Beauparc’s status as largest waste management operator in Ireland, with a near 25% market share
Beauparc, the country’s largest waste management operator, paid in excess of €20 million to acquire Exomex, a Monaghan-based waste company owned by the McElvaney family.
The deal, which was recently given the all-clear by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) subject to certain commitments, consolidates Beauparc’s position as by far the largest waste management operator in Ireland with a near 25 per cent share of the market here.
Exomex, which trades...
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