Dutch GP Quadrum Capital has acquired a stake in Netherlands-based label printer Royal Sens.
The GP will help Royal Sens accelerate product development and international expansion.
The GP is currently investing via Quadrum Investment Fund II, which held a close in the first half of 2019 on €100m. The fund is looking to invest in Dutch companies, taking majority or controlling minority stakes.
Quadrum was founded in 2013 and has 19 businesses in its portfolio, according to its website.
Royal Sens, based in Rotterdam, is a producer of labels for food and non-food packaging, generating €40m in revenues. The company produces around 8 billion plastic and paper labels annually. The business employs 200 people, and has production sites in Rotterdam and Enschede, as well as sales offices in the UK and Germany. Royal Sens has origins dating back to 1896.
Royal Sens – Jan Geitenbeek (CEO).
Quadrum Capital – Peter Oostenenk (partner).
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