Fund II

 

Talgo

Talgo is a leading Spanish company, specialist on Engineering, Design, Manufacturing and Maintenance of rolling stock for railway passenger transport. Especially focused on high-speed trains and Long Distance, Talgo has a strong international focus, with presence in the United States, Russia, Germany, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan. Talgo has recently been awarded in Saudi Arabia for manufacturing and maintaining the future high-speed train linking the cities of Mecca and Medina. Talgo currently leads the Spanish consortium bidding in Brazil by the high-speed project between Rio de Janeiro and São Paolo.

 

 

 


Nutricafés

Nutricafés is a company devoted to the distribution of roasted and ground coffee to more than 8,000 points of sale through an extensive network of commercial and distributors in Portugal (where it is the third largest with a quota from the 9% of the market) and in other countries such as Spain. It operates fundamentally in the Horeca channel, but is also present at retail and offices, by means of its brand portfolio that includes Nicola, Inducci, Chave dòuro and Mocay. The company has 209 employees and operates from its head office in the center of Lisbon; it has an extensive portfolio of beverages that not only includes a wide variety of coffee but also teas and hot chocolate.

 

 

 


 

Gamo

Gamo is one of the worldwide leading players in the hunting and specialized outdoor equipment market. With subsidiaries in the US, UK and Mexico, Gamo has become the largest European airgun manufacturer and the largest pellet manufacturer worldwide. Products comprise of airguns, pellets, scopes, airsoft, clothing and related ancillary products, commercialized under Gamo Group’s brands (Gamo, BSA Guns, Aftermath Airsoft, Gamolite, etc.).

  • Divested

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

+Visión

MasVision is one of the leading optical retail chains in Spain with 336 franchises (6 directly-owned and 330 associated retail optical outlets). The company was sold in 2008 to an industrial player.

  • Divested

 

 

 

 

 


 

IQAP Group

IQAP Colorpoint, European leader in the production of color and additive concentrates (masterbaches) for the plastic and textile industry. In 2007, the company bought Alcolor, a local player in the East of Spain.

  • Divested

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Parkare Group

The Parkare Group (former Mabyc-Ibersegur) is the leading parking systems, parking meters and maintenance services in Spain and Latin America. The Mabyc-Ibersegur designs, assembles, distributes, installs and maintains equipments for parking control, both “on-street” (“parking meters”) and “off-street” systems (including ticket validation machines, barriers, dispensers, IT systems,...)

  • Divested

 

 

 

 


 

Repasa

Repasa is a company specialized in the anchor handling, tug and supply services for the harbour and offshore markets. MCH-II invested in a capital increase in order to increase the capacity of the fleet and thus enable the growth of the business.

  • Divested

 

 

 

 

 


 

Marco Aldany

Marco Aldany is the Spanish leading hairdressing chain with a network of more than 300 beauty and hairdressing salons with full national coverage. The Company provides hairdressing services and products, along with other personal care services to more than 2 million clients annually. The deal was structured as an MBO/LBO by which MCH holds a majority stake alongside company founders and managers..

  • Divested

 

 

 


 

HCS

Pardo is a leading player in Spain in the specialty healthcare equipment market. HCS is formed from the merger of three leading brands in the sector: Pardo, that assembles and commercializes complete equipment solutions for hospitals, nursing homes and upscale residential markets, Oihana, leader in geriatric care, and Astaburuaga, leader hospital care with a strong presence in Northern Spain. With sales over €40 million, HCS has three main product lines; Healthcare, which assembles and commercializes complete equipment solutions for hospitals, and Home, commercializes upscale residential market.

  • Divested