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|| Bahrain investor's summer acquisitions in Spain and US: $550 million

bahrain-two2012.jpgInvestcorp, the Bahrain-based investment firm, has acquired two firms from Spain and US during the summer for a total of $550 million.

The first acquisition was Rogers Minnesota-based Archway, a provider of marketing logistics and fulfilment services in North America, for approximately $300 million. (The company operates over four million square feet of warehouse facilities across 14 major metropolitan areas throughout the United States and Canada.) The second acquisition was Spain's Esmalglass, a supplier of intermediate products for the ceramics industry for $250 million.

Investcorp is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR30.

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