Paint maker DuluxGroup has told its shareholders it plans to buy architectural and decorative paint maker Porter’s Paints.
The Duncan family, founders of hydraulic hose franchise platform, Pirtek Fluid Transfer Solutions, has acquired Pirtek USA.
A proposed acquisition of Bradken has collapsed as mining markets remain volatile.
Cardia Bioplastics has announced that it has signed an agreement for a merger with Stellar Films Group.
Adapt-A-Lift Forklift Rentals and Sales has acquired Wholesale Materials Handling, formerly Nichiyu Forklifts Australia.
For the global mergers and acquisitions market, 2014 has been a year of strong recovery.
Pacific Brands has split up and sold its loss-making Brand Collective division to three different buyers for a total of $39 million.
Pacific Brands has confirmed that it is in talks involving the sale of its Brand Collective division.
Boral chief executive Mike Kane has said the proposed $230m clay brick joint venture between Boral and CSR is necessary to keep local brickmaking alive.
The competition regulator has raised concerns about the proposed $230m clay brick joint venture between Boral and CSR.
Pro-Pac Packaging has purchased Nelson Joyce & Co, a supplier of primarily flexible packaging products to the food and industrial markets.
SAI Global has received proposals to acquire one or more of its underlying businesses, as it pulls the plug on a takeover.
Adapting to the post-China boom times will involve miners concentrating on sustainability, optimised efficiency and creating value within communities.
The PPK Group has acquired electronic management system company MONEx.
Naval shipbuilder Forgacs has purchased Broens, a precision engineering company that operates in the defence and aerospace markets.
Modular building manufacturer Fleetwood says it has purchased bought aluminium tray and auto accessory manufacturer Bocar.
Curtain and blinder maker Kresta Holdings has flagged an after-tax loss of about $1.5m for 2014.
Longwarry Food Park is reportedly seeing interest from foreign companies looking to acquire the successful dairy manufacturer.
Kresta has recommended that shareholders accept a takeover bid from Suntarget Trading, a subsidiary of Chinese textiles company APlus.
Massive global construction and engineering firm AECOM has acquired URS for US$ 4 billion.