CEMEX's Acquisition Strategy - The Acquisition of Rinker Group
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The Acquisition Integration Process
CEMEX had learnt in the course of its business that implementing the technical and management standards it followed in its existing plants was not sufficient to ensure the smooth integration of an acquired company. The company realized that it had to learn the processes already implemented in the acquired company, compare it with the corresponding processes it followed, and retain the better of the two...
Acquisition of Rinker
On October 30, 2006, CEMEX made an offer to buy all issued and outstanding shares of Rinker for US$ 12.8 billion. The offer was at a 27% premium over Rinker's share closing price as on October 27, 2006, and at a 26.2% premium over Rinker's three-month volume weighted average price...
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