SP Apparels acquires Young Brand Apparel for ₹223 crore, stock rises 7%
1 min read • Updated: February 6, 2024, 12:38 PM
As part of this strategic acquisition, SP Apparels will acquire a 51.33% stake in Young Brand Apparel (YBAPL) from promoter Bannari Amman.
Shares of the apparel manufacturer and exporter rose 7.6% intraday after the company signed an agreement to acquire a 100% stake in Young Brand Apparel for ₹223 crore. As part of the agreement, SP Apparels will acquire a garment unit, land and building located in Tamil Nadu.
Incorporated in December 2006, Young Brand Apparel is a Bannari Amman Spinning Mills subsidiary. The company manufactures intimate wear for brands like American Eagle, Jockey International, Marks & Spencer and Benetton and exports to countries like the US, UK, Japan, and Canada.
As part of this strategic acquisition, SP Apparels will acquire a 51.33% stake in Young Brand Apparel (YBAPL) from promoter Bannari Amman, while the remaining stake in YBAPL will be acquired from joint venture partners. SP Apparels will leverage a balanced combination of internal accruals and borrowed capital to fund this acquisition.
With this acquisition, SP Apparels will be able to diversify its product offerings by leveraging each other’s strengths and further expand its customer base and target markets. Furthermore, the land parcel is expected to boost SP Apparel’s manufacturing capacity to fuel future expansion.