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SIG has acquired SAS Direct & Partitioning, the Reading-based partitioning systems firm, from SAS International.
SIG has acquired HC Group, the Netherlands-based air handling firm with an office and 11 staff in West Yorkshire, for undisclosed terms.
SIG has acquired Ainsworth Group, the Southampton-based insulation firm with six branches, for undisclosed terms.
SIG has sold its 51% stake in Oxfordshire-based renewable energy heating company Ice Energy to a management team for up to £5m.
SIG is to expand the Sheffield-based headquarters of its building products business by 20,000 sq ft.
SIG has sold its Beaver 84 scaffolding and fencing business to Altrad Group of France for undisclosed terms, with the transfer of 150 staff at 11 sites.
SIG is to acquire Lariviere SAS, the French distributor of roofing products with 770 staff, for £202m.
SIG, the insulation supplier, is to set up an 80,000 sq ft warehouse, factory and office at the Knowsley Industrial Park in Liverpool.
SIG has acquired LS Group, the commercial interiors manufacturer with 560 staff at sites in Barnstaple, Langley Mill and Sheffield, for an initial £45m.
SIG, the insulation supplier, is planning to expand its branch network from 125 sites to almost 200 by 2008.
SIG has acquired Kesteven Roofing Centre, the roofing distributor with 3 branches in Yorkshire and Humberside.
SIG has acquired Clydesdale Roofing Supplies, the roofing distributor with nine branches in the north of England, for £2m, taking its network to 105 sites.
SIG has expanded its insulation and roofing products business with the £5.9m acquisition of four companies, adding 16 new trading locations.
SIG has acquired Capco, the distributor of insulation products, for £27m.
SIG has raised £83m in a share placing in order to refinance borrowings and expand its insulation products business with bolt-on acquisitions.
SIG is seeking acquisitions to expand its insulation and ceiling operations in the UK, Germany and France, having just spent £14m on five companies, including Formerton, the Southampton-based roofing distributor.
SIG has launched a £24.6m recommended bid for Roskel, the supplier of suspended ceilings and partitioning.
SIG has acquired Asphaltic Roofing Supplies for £25m, and Distribution International and Branton Industries, both of the US, for £11m.
SIG Group has sold SIG Architectural Products, the supplier of hardware to the replacement window market, to a management buy-out for £65m.
SIG is buying two German insulation product distributors - WKT for £39m, and a 50% stake in Golinski Group for £7.5m with an option to buy the remaining 50%.