Trèves Group has acquired ROI Automotive Technology
This acquisition is in line with Trèves’ strategy to reinforce its strong core product portfolio and original equipment manufacturer / regional presence with a focus in North America and Europe, particularly in the automotive soft trim and noise, vibration and harshness market.
Lincoln acted as the exclusive buy-side advisor to Trèves, working closely with the company’s management team and advisors while providing process, financial and tactical advisory expertise.
Guillaume Trèves, Chairman of the Management Board of Trèves Group, commented, “We are very proud of this acquisition which reinforces our group and strengthens our global presence. The complementary technologies and resources of ROI with the Trèves will generate significant synergies.”
About Trèves Group
Trèves, headquartered in Paris, France, is a global designer and manufacturer of acoustic and thermal insulation solutions for the automotive industry. The group employs more than 4,200 employees in 22 plants over 16 countries. Founded in 1836 by the Trèves Family and supported by Fonds Avenir Automobile (a Bpifrance fund) since 2009, Trèves serves the main global automotive manufacturers, including Stellantis, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, BMW, Volkswagen Group, Ford, Honda, Jaguar-Land Rover and Toyota.
About ROI Automotive Technology
ROI, the automotive acoustics division of Miro Radici Family of Companies, is a technical textile company specialized in the production of carpets and slip mats for the automotive sector. ROI has extensive and qualified experience in managing the entire production process of carpets for cars made of soundproofing materials and slip mats. Headquartered in Cazzano S. Andrea, Italy, ROI employs over 130 people.
Lincoln's sector expertise, superior mergers and acquisitions execution capabilities and hands-on approach were instrumental in realizing a magnificent outcome for Trèves.
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