LKQ uses revolver for Sator takeover

LKQ Corporation, a US firm that produces recycled automobile parts, has drawn down its revolving credit facility for its takeover of Dutch car aftermarket parts distributor Sator Beheer.

  • 25 Apr 2013

LKQ, which announced that it had reached the agreement on April 2013, will pay around €210m for the acquisition.

Sator is the parent company of eight operating subsidiaries. Last year, it reported revenues of €288m and Ebitda of €24m.

LKQ, which has operations across the US and Europe, ...

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