Ince & Co advises Newpark Resources on its acquisition of Terrafirma Roadways
Ince & Co’s London corporate energy team has advised Houston-based Newpark Resources on its acquisition of Oxfordshire-based Terrafirma Roadways.
The transaction was completed on 13 December 2013.
The acquisition was through Newpark’s Mats and Integrated Services division, which provides matting solutions and well-site construction services to enable temporary worksites and access roads.
Terrafirma was founded in 2001 to provide temporary roadway and worksite solutions to utility, construction and event customers throughout the UK and Europe and has been the exclusive UK distributor of Newpark’s DURA-BASE Advanced-Composite Mat System since 2006.
Partner Renaud Barbier-Emery and senior associate Matthew Stratton led the Ince & Co team, which included Charlotte Davies, Nick Wilcox, Rachel Martin, Mark Robinson and Clare Smith, alongside Sheridan Steiger and Andrew McAdam (trainee solicitors).
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