The current Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati, which began its journey manufacturing radio and electrical engineering components and equipment 86 years ago, is pending to be sold and change hands for the amount of 1,000 million euros. An amount that, although high, triples the initial investment. Investindustrial, the private equity group with the Bonomi family as the visible head, think that given the good performance and the growth of the company, a larger investment partner is needed.
This was stated by the president of Investindustrial Andrea Bonomi, passionate about nautical competitions and a regular user of Ducati motorcycles. It has reported that there are industrial groups of Asia, Europe and the United States, interested in the operation but other sources give these groups their own names and They talk about Mahindra or the German giants Volkswagen and BMW. Ducati is preparing to close the fiscal year of 2011 with 42,000 units sold and a turnover of 480 million euros, an increase of 20% over the previous year.
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