Inspire buys 50% of DPL

Inspire Technologies, announced on Sunday that it acquired 50 percent of DPL Disposable Products Industries for NIS 18.75 million.

By SHARON WROBEL
January 9, 2006 07:31

 
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Inspire Technologies, announced on Sunday that it acquired 50 percent of DPL Disposable Products Industries for NIS 18.75 million. Under terms of the deal, Inspire, which is 44%-owned by Avi Wertheim, would appoint a chairman and half the company's board of directors, once the acquisition is completed. DPL, which develops, manufactures and markets wet-wipes and hygiene products is controlled by three siblings: Eynav Beber, and Yaron and Eran Adiv, who will hold the other 50% of the company.

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