Envisaged merger of Terberg Environmental BV and Ros Roca Environment SL

Published:  15 October, 2015

Terberg Environmental, a division of Terberg Group, based in Ijsselstein, The Netherlands and Ros Roca Environment, headquartered in Spain are intending to merge their operations.

This will create a market leading group producing products such as trucks chassis, waste collection bodies and waste loading systems for the recycling and waste disposal industry.

'The merger of Terberg Environmental and Ros Roca Environment will provide greater opportunities to apply the joint expertise and introduce new innovative products,' a spokesman stated.

The new group will be called Terberg RosRoca Group. It is expected that the envisaged merger will be completed before the end of 2015.

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