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Technical Finishes SA & Saint-Gobain Construction Products SA sign acquisition agreement

South Africa’s leading manufacturer of specialist epoxy, polyurethane flooring and construction solutions, Technical Finishes SA (Pty) Ltd (TFSA), and the world-leader in light and sustainable construction, Saint-Gobain Construction Products South Africa (Pty) Ltd (SGCP), have entered into an agreement whereby SGCP wishes to acquire TFSA.

These two highly complementary businesses, have a shared vision to deliver quality
products, exceptional service and sustainable solutions to both the specialist flooring and
general construction industries in South Africa.

Pending regulatory approval, the agreement would see SGCP acquiring 100% of the
shares of the target company, TFSA in South Africa. Until such time, both companies will
continue to drive business as usual.

About Technical Finishes South Africa (Pty) Ltd.

With more than 30 years of proudly South African flooring experience, Technical Finishes
is the leading manufacturer of specialist epoxy and polyurethane flooring systems,
manufactured under quality-assured international standards, delivering high-performance
products to meet the demanding needs of any industrial and commercial flooring

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