Halma bolts on

FluxData latest in a string of value-adding small acquisitions
Thursday 12 Jan 2017 Author: Steven Frazer

FTSE 250 company Halma (HLMA) has continued its long-run acquisition spree of small bolt-ons with the $28m purchase of FluxData, a digital imaging systems supplier. The plan is to integrate the new technology into its core health and safety, medical and environmental markets solutions. Halma shares heavily sold off through late 2016 providing an attractive entry point to this impressive growth and income story at 929.5p. (SF)

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