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Polaris terminate acquisition agreement with Vulcan

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Canadian-based firm pulls out of deal following ‘superior proposal’ from US Concrete

POLARIS Materials Corporation have terminated their previously announced acquisition agreement with Vulcan Materials Company having accepted a ‘superior proposal’, in accordance with the Vulcan agreement, following an unsolicited offer from US Concrete Inc.

Vancouver-based Polaris Materials have now entered into an agreement with US Concrete for the acquisition of 100% of the outstanding shares in Polaris for a cash consideration of C$3.40 per share. Under the previous agreement with Vulcan, the company’s shareholders would have received C$2.79 per share.


Commenting on the termination of the previous agreement, Vulcan’s chairman and chief executive officer, Tom Hill, said: ‘Vulcan is a disciplined buyer, and we believe that our prior agreement to acquire Polaris for C$2.79 per share represented full and fair value for the company.’

Under the terms of the agreement with Polaris, Vulcan have received a C$10 million termination fee from the Canadian firm.


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