Laroy Group acquires sector colleague Europet Bernina

Continuing on its path of international expansion, Belgian pet supplies specialist Laroy Group (based in Wondelgem near Ghent) reached an acquisition agreement with Dutch group Europet Bernina International (EBI) on October 21 2015. Els Laroy, Laroy Group CEO, signed the takeover documents at the EBI headquarters in Gemert in the Netherlands, accompanied by the management of both firms.

 


Europet Bernina, the successful supplier and developer of esteemed pet brands like Aqua Della, Heartfelt, EBI and D&D, with branches in the Netherlands, Germany and France, has been a steady source of innovation, creativity and reliability in the industry for many years.

Because of this agreement, the international supplier of pet products Laroy Group now employs 225 people and has a turnover of €65 million in 62 countries across the globe. Laroy Group aims to be a very competitive and reliable partner for all pet supplies. In the important home markets Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxemburg, and beyond. This acquisition significantly strengthens its position in The Netherlands, France and especially Germany.

The main proprietary brands of the new Laroy Group are

  • Duvo+
    Accessories and snacks for dogs, cats, birds, small animals, fish and reptiles
  • Europet Bernina - EBI
    Specialist scratching posts, plastics and accessories for cats, dogs and small animals
  • Witte Molen
    Manufacturer of bird- and small animal food
  • Heartfelt:
    Stylish cat and dog furniture
  • Aqua Della:
    High-end decoration items for sweet- and salt water aquariums
  • Cédé:
    Specialist in egg food for birds
  • D&D | Dream & Dare:
    Lifestyle accessories with unique design for dogs and cats
  • Coockoo:
    Trendy toys for dogs and cats

This step does not impact our existing business and relationships. Your contacts remain the same as always. In case you might have any questions, feel free to contact them for more information.

More info about EBI?
www.ebi.eu

 

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