GEA sells heat exchangers unit to Triton
FRANKFURT, April 16
FRANKFURT, April 16 (Reuters) - German industrial machinery and process engineering group GEA Group said it has agreed to sell its heat exchangers division, with an enterprise value of about 1.3 billion euros ($1.8 billion), to private equity investor Triton.
Two people familiar with the matter had told Reuters on Tuesday that Frankfurt-based private equity group Triton had beat out a rival consortium made up of buyout group EQT and industrial services group Bilfinger.
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