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Hexagon Composites looks ahead for organic growth

Mar '19
Pic: Hexagon Composites
Pic: Hexagon Composites
With the successful completion of its recent NOK 1.6 billion financing package, Hexagon Composites has established a solid financial platform for further organic growth. All of Hexagon's businesses are addressing energy related opportunities. The company is now pushing towards a cleaner and safer energy future, driving strong market growth.

Hexagon recently raised approximately NOK 0.5 billion through a private placement representing approximately 10 per cent of new share capital. The new capital will be used for continued development of growth opportunities across all of Hexagon's business areas, especially towards hydrogen opportunities and new market development.

In addition, the company has successfully secured a NOK 1.1 billion bond issue at attractive terms, completing the financing of the recent acquisition of Agility Fuel Solutions, Hexagon Composites said in a press release.

"With the recent acquisitions of Agility Fuel Solutions and Digital Wave, Hexagon has become an even stronger force in driving the energy transformation towards cleaner energy sources. In 2018, we sharpened our focus on the significant opportunities within hydrogen resulting in our largest ever OEM contracts. In 2019, the Agility acquisition will drive value from an increased portfolio of solutions for cleaner air, at all times maintaining a strong financing and balance sheet structure," says David Bandele, CFO of Hexagon.

Hexagon will continue investing in technological development, innovation and commercial capacity to maintain and strengthen its position in all business areas to capture the attractive market opportunities lying ahead. (RR)

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