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Fenner is to acquire Belle Banne, the Australian conveyor belt maintenance firm, for up to £40m.
Fenner has acquired MRI Medical, the US manufacturer of silicon-based items for medical devices, for about £1.7m.
Fenner has acquired Prodesco, the US textile engineering company, for an initial £24m.
Fenner has acquired EGC, the US manufacturer of seals and precision components, for £8m.
Fenner is to invest £18m a year expanding the manufacturing capacity at its conveyor belt factories, with at least one new site being built in China.
Fenner is to acquire Wellington Holdings, the polymer seals manufacturer, for £45m.
Fenner is planning to invest a further £5m in its Chinese conveyor belt operations, in order to benefit from the growth in mining in Asia.
Fenner is to raise £4.7m in a share placing to fund the expansion of its conveyor belt products business in China.
Fenner has acquired Indico Europe, the Manchester-based manufacturer of rubber hoses for commercial vehicles, for £2.8m.
Fenner is to acquire the Enerka conveyor belt business of Luxembourg-based Unipoly for £47m, in order to become the world's largest supplier of heavyweight belts.
Fenner, the conveyor belt engineer, is planning to invest up to £100m in acquisitions and product development, and is particularly interested in China.
Fenner is looking to spend up to £100m on acquisitions to expand its conveyor belt business.
Fenner is selling its polymer engineering business for £2m to a new company called United Polymers, in which Grove Industries will take an 80% stake.
Fenner is selling its power transmission business to a management buy-in company called FPT Group, and will use the proceeds to invest in polymer products, hydraulics and conveyor belts.
Fenner has acquired Scandura Holdings, the US manufacturer of conveyor belts, for £44m.
Fenner has acquired Wiechmann Technische Ijzerhandel's power transmission distribution business in the Netherlands.