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  • BY: Andrew Hore |
  • POSTED: 05/08/2009 |

Regenersis is buying Total Repair Solutions Ltd for £6.25m in cash and shares.

The electronic goods repairer and recycler is raising £3.3m at 40p a share in order to cover the cash payment of £3m for TRS, which will repay the target’s borrowings.

Renfrewshire-based TRS is involved in the same areas as Regnersis. It provides outsourced services, such as repair and recycling, to the mobile phones sector. According to the TRS website ( key customers include Motorola, Nokia, Sanyo, Sony Ericsson and Vodafone. TRS has also developed repair management software. Management will be retained.

TRS reported a pre-tax profit of £539,000 on revenues of £22.5m in the year to March 2009. EBITDA before deduction of management fees was £1.4m.

Richard Emanuel is the owner of TRS and he will receive shares equivalent to 18.1% of the enlarged share capital of Regenersis. Emanuel sold his DX Communications retail business to BT Cellnet (O2) for £42m in 1999 and owns the Netherlands’ biggest retailer of mobile phones.

Regnersis should achieve cost reductions from consolidating UK operations and adopting the TRS IT system.
At 47p a share, Regenersis is valued at £13.3m. The company has not been a beneficiary of the recent upturn on Aim. The shares have fallen by one-quarter over the past six months.

Profits will be in line with expectations in the year to June 2009. Net debt is estimated at £4.3m at the end of June 2009.

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