NB Aurora has acquired a minority stake in Dierre Group from founder and Gradiente SGR
Dierre Group designs, produces and markets technologically advanced protections and components with a high aesthetic impact for industrial automation in several sectors, from food to ceramic, from automotive to pharmaceutical, from nautical to electronic.
Founded in Spezzano in 1997, Dierre is a large group of 11 manufacturing companies located across Italy in Emilia Romagna, Lombardy, Veneto and Tuscany. The company’s 280 employees share a common mission to protect, through Dierre’s products and systems, lives in the industrial environment. The constant attention to safety, combined with creativity and innovation, has made Dierre Group a leader in the production of safety guards, handling systems and industrial robotics.
As the financial advisor to NB Aurora, Lincoln International assisted throughout the acquisition process, providing advisory expertise and assisting in the negotiation and due diligence phases of the transaction.
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