Published on 4-10-2022

Tresmares Capital joins the shareholding structure of Aranco, specialized in industrial packaging services

El Economista
  • The firm has taken a minority stake to help Valencian SMEs in their growth and internationalization process
  • Aranco expects a turnover of EUR 23 million this year and an EBITDA of EUR 5 million

 Tresmares Capital has announced the acquisition of a minority stake in Aranco, a Valencia-based company and national leader in the provision of industrial packaging services.

Spearheaded by Gaizka Lara, CEO of the company, and under the premises of sustainability, productivity and digital transformation, Aranco is a pioneer in Spain in offering the most innovative, cost-effective and quality solutions with pallet wrapping machines and high-performance film. The company expects a turnover of EUR 23 million this year and an EBITDA of EUR 5 million.   

Aranco offers a complete packaging service tailored to each customer, including: wrapping machine without investment for the customer, high performance film at €/m cost, technical assistance within 24h and maintenance, and customer website with complete service data in real time. 

Tresmares Capital was launched with the goal of helping to develop high-growth SMEs by providing solutions tailored to each company according to their needs. To this end, the investment firm has more than 40 professionals specialized in both direct equity investment and structured financing alternatives, with a focus on small and medium-sized enterprises with high growth potential.

In the words of Gaizka Lara: “At Aranco we are delighted to share our project with a partner like Tresmares. It will be a boost in the internationalization process of our business model. In the Tresmares team we have found people and professionals that dovetail perfectly with our culture. Aranco will continue to be a family business, and now we are going to strengthen our team and resources to become, over the coming years, the European benchmark company in pallet packaging services, as we have done in the domestic market”.

Borja Oyarzábal, CEO of Tresmares says: “Aranco has achieved exceptional growth, market positioning and culture thanks to the work of the current management team. It is a very important and exciting challenge for us to work with the majority shareholders in the growth of the company over the next few years”.

In this operation, Tresmares has been advised by Cuatrecasas and Deloitte, while Aranco has been advised by Uría Menéndez and Rocabert & Grau.