Major new UK company as Seton and Scholl merge
This article was originally published in Clinica
Seton Healthcare is continuing its drive for growth by merging with high street footcare company Scholl, to create Seton Scholl Healthcare - "a major new UK healthcare group", which will have annual sales of around £300 million ($498 million). The terms of the merger value Scholl at around £343 million.
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