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TI Group is planning to acquire Impervia, the French aerospace sealings company, for £10m.
TI is linking up with US software company Ariba to develop its own e-commerce procurement system, and expects to make initial savings of 5-7% on non-manufacturing purchases.
TI Group is acquiring Busak & Shamban, the German-owned speciality seals group, for £275m.
TI Group is to acquire Walbro, the US manufacturer of automotive fuel storage and delivery systems, for £393m.
TI has acquired Tri-Manufacturing, the US maker of jet engine parts, for £36m.
TI is acquiring Kenmore Italiana, the Italian manufacturer of air conditioning for cars, for £20m, and will merge it into its Bundy division.
BE Aerospace has acquired the CF Taylor aircraft galley structures business from TI Group for £15.4m.
TI Group has increased its stake in Lips, the Dutch supplier of marine propulsion equipment, from 30% to 100% at a cost of £88m.
TI Group is to acquire EIS Group, the fluid technology and aerospace concern, for £267m, and is now said to be interested in bidding for Vickers' Kamewa marine propulsion business.
Bodycote International has acquired Thermal Processing Group from TI Group for £15m.
TI Group's John Crane division is acquiring Safematic, the Finnish supplier of pulp and paper sealing systems, for £17m.
TI Group is acquiring Sealol, the mechanical seals business, from EG&G of the US for £61m, and will sell its Belfab metal bellows operation to EG&G for $45m.
John Crane Marine, the TI subsidiary, is acquiring the marine seal business of EG&G of the US for £2.5m.
TI Group is to sell its 50% stake in Messier-Dowty, the landing gear business, to Snecma, its joint venture partner, for £207m.
TI Group is acquiring a 30% stake in Lips United, the Dutch marine propulsion group, for £7m and has an option to buy the remaining 70%.
TI Group is planning to acquire Forsheda, the Swedish maker of pipe sealing systems, for £189m, a move which will double the size of TI's polymer engineering business.
TI Group is buying Alcan Aluminio do Brasil, the refrigeration components company, for £15.5m, in a move which will enable it to use Alcan's advanced evaporator systems.