PR Newswire/Les Echos/ Press release
Paris, July 1st2014 Constructions Industrielles de la MÉditerranÉe (" CNIM ") was informed that Soluni, first shareholder of CNIM, received from Compagnie Nationale de Navigation on the one hand, and Martin GmbHfÜr Umwelt-und Energietechnik, on the other hand, binding commitments to sell their CNIM shares to Soluni. In consideration of these commitments, CNN and Martin GmbHentered into exclusive negotiations with Soluni After completion of the information and consultation of the CNIM central work council and provided that such transfers are executed, Soluni should file with the AutoritÉ des MarchÉs Financiers a simplified tender offer on all CNIM shares not held by the offeror, in accordance with applicable market regulations. The Supervisory Board of CNIM was then summoned on July 2, 2014. About CNIM: www.cnim.com CNIM designs and manufactures turnkey industrial plants with high technological content, and delivers services expertise, services and operations in the areas of Environment, Energy, Defense and Industry. CNIM employs 2,800 persons in 15 countries and annual 2013 sales of EUR 781.9 millionwith 67.6% from exports. CNIM is listed on Euronext Paris. Contact press : Caroline SimonTel: + 33 1 53 70 74 70 Cell : + 33 6 89 87 61 24 The content and accuracy of news releases published on this site and/or distributed by PR Newswire or its partners are the sole responsibility of the originating company or organisation. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of our services, such releases are not actively monitored or reviewed by PR Newswire or its partners and under no circumstances shall PR Newswire or its partners be liable for any loss or damage resulting from the use of such information. All information should be checked prior to publication.
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