Alongside its Italian partners, The Stella Group and IGI, Lincolnshire Management recently announced it had completed the latest sale of an iconic brand acquired while struggling to fulfill its potential. The Italian Fabbri Group has been in operation since 1950 supplying plastic wraps and films for companies throughout its home nation and Europe. The undisclosed deal to take the Fabbri Group to the Argos Soditic financial group has seen the company achieve the majority of its goals with Fabbri prior to the sale. Read about the company’s other acquisitions here https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=21511.
The Fabbri Group is one of the best-known manufacturers and sellers of plastic wraps and films on the market with a solid base of consumers across Italy and much of Europe. When Lincolnshire Management purchased the company it was struggling to expand upon the consumer base it had built for over six decades and was struggling to gain a foothold in new markets. With manufacturing facilities in Italy and Switzerland, the Fabbri Group should have reached more customers on a global level.
Lincolnshire Management has been developing its brand for over three decades since it was established in 1986 as a private equity firm. The idea of a global business community has been important to Lincolnshire Management since its inception and includes a dedicated idea of global responsibility for all the investments it makes. Not only does Lincolnshire Management ensure its investment companies have a dedication to maintaining environmental laws and standards but it makes sure all investments maintain its environmental responsibility.
The reputation of Lincolnshire Management among its fellow financial investment groups has allowed Fabbri to move into a new era of success with a number of strategic partnerships created. One of the most interesting things achieved by Lincolnshire Management is the development of the global footprint of The Fabbri Group which has made its first impressions into the U.S. and Russian markets.