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Mexico-based automotive supplier saves money on acquisition of 1.4-million-square-foot facility

September 2, 2013 Case Study 1 min read
Metalsa, a Mexico-based automotive supplier, hired Plante Moran Cresa to assist with its valuation strategy.
Metalsa Exterior
Metalsa Exterior
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Metalsa Lobby
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Metalsa Reception
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Metalsa Workspace

The challenge

Metalsa, which manufactures engineered, assembled metallic products for the automotive industry, hired Plante Moran Cresa (PMC) to assist in its acquisition of Dana Corporation’s structural components division.

The solution

PMC helped value 1.4 million square feet of leased and owned property, resulting in a favorable negotiation of the facility purchase price.

The benefit

After the successful acquisition of the new structural components division, Metalsa hired PMC to assist in renegotiating and restructuring their leases.

PMC also provided insight into Metalsa’s due diligence and valuation strategy, resulting in a well-rounded and successful project completion.

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