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New share conditions at United Pets

The Italian pet accessories supplier United Pets says that it has bought back the shares it held in Camon, according to the pet industry newsletter PET B2B. This is a 25 per cent stake in the company, which is based in Viale Certosa in Milan. The transaction was concluded by founding partners Cristina Rivolta and Costanto Psilogenis.

The deal is the first in a series of initiatives aimed at embarking on a path of development and innovation for the United Pets brand, focusing increasingly on exclusive design products. The company stresses that this path will be realised thanks to the entry of new members/partners, who will provide skills and resources to enable the company to achieve the ambitious goals set for the coming years.

|12 January 2021 | 13:49


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