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Lyte Ladders bought by BREAL Capital

Published: 28 March 2019 - Kiran Grewal

Lyte Ladders

 

has confirmed that following an accelerated sale process, the Lyte business assets have been sold to BREAL Capital Limited and the company has been trading as Lyte Ladders and Towers Limited, from 24th January 2019, when it was made effective the business had gone into administration. BREAL typically invest in UK-headquartered businesses, in the manufacturing, distribution, wholesale, support services and retail sectors as well as many others. It has a wealth of experience as a responsible investment partner and the company has said it is committed to supporting the business and providing stability and enhancements to our operational strengths in order to help Lyte reach its growth potential and beyond.

Lyte has said it will continue to offer the same first-class quality UK manufactured products and services as before with a future filled with continuous investment and development. With over 70 years of experience in the access industry and some of the UK’s most experienced access experts, Lyte said it will continue to develop and innovate to meet the demands of the markets we serve year after year.

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