Acquisitions provide companies with an easy way to expand their operations and grow. InstarAGF acquired an automotive port logistics and processing company, Amports inc. Lincolnshire management was the seller in the deal. Lincolnshire is a company that invests in middle growing companies. Lincolnshire management had bought the company in 2014. InstarAGF acquired 100% interest of Amports Inc. The firm is the leader in automotive processing. The company has been in the industry for 50 years and has built strong relationships as well as a stable cash flow. Therefore, it will be a great addition to InstarAGF. The acquisition will enhance the market infrastructure and competition.
Furthermore, Amports Inc. links the supply chain transportation of the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for many countries. It operates in Mexico and the United States. Amports owns 50% of the land, which enables the firm to provide customers with services such as inspection, vehicle processing, accessory installation, repairs, and loading. All these will help build InstarAGF and grow into the Mexico and other parts of the United States.
InstarAGF focuses on North American mid-sized infrastructure to manage a portfolio of businesses. The business that InstarAGF manages is those that deal with passenger terminals at a transportation hub for Toronto and its surrounding. The company was launched in 2014 and makes co-investments with its strategic partners. It makes worthwhile investments with like-minded firms. The company is a partnership between AGF Management Limited and Instar Group Inc. By acquiring the Amports Inc., the company will provide its customers with all the services they require.
Lincolnshire Management has acquired over 85 industries in the past 30 years. The company uses a collaborative approach to investment as well as the experience it has gained in many sectors. Lincolnshire management funds have been performing well and have been named in the top quartile in the private equity funds. The company has over $1.7 billion private equity funds. Some of the funds it manages are the Lincolnshire funds II, III and IV. The company has its headquarters in New York, but its regional offices are in Chicago. The Lincolnshire management invests in corporate divestitures, private company acquisitions, management buyouts, recapitalizations, and private and public equity growth.