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De La Rue
De La Rue has sold its cash processing business to Privet Capital in a deal worth up to £10m.
De La Rue is to create 70 new production jobs at its banknote printing plant in Gateshead, taking the workforce to 240.
De La Rue is to sell its cash dispensing and counting equipment business to US private equity firm Carlyle Group for £360m.
De La Rue has sold Sequoia Voting Systems, its US-based election systems business with about 100 staff, to Smartmatic Corporation for £7.3m.
De La Rue has acquired an 85% stake in Sequoia, the US supplier of voting equipment, from Jefferson Smurfit for £24m.
De La Rue is to acquire the banking automation business of Papelaco, the Portugal-based manufacturer of self-service banking technology, for £16m.
De La Rue is acquiring ATS Money Systems, the US supplier of currency management systems to the retail sector, for £9.7m.
De La Rue is seeking suitable acquisitions to expand its banknote and security services business, and could spend up to £180m.
De La Rue is to sell its smart cards business to Francois-Charles Oberthur of France for £200m.
De La Rue has sold its US bank vault manufacturing division to Mosler of the US for £20m, which completes its withdrawal from the physical security market.
De La Rue is acquiring the French-based smart card manufacturing business of Philips, for £54m.
De La Rue has sold JR Crompton, the tea bag paper concern, to its management for over £100m.