Done Deals

by Array

Oak Brook, Illinois-based Federal Signal Corporation has acquired Toronto, Ontario-based RFID developer and manufacturer Sirit Inc. The transaction is valued at approximately $49.5 million.

A subsidiary of CPP Investment Board and Sterling Partners has completed its acquisition of Toronto, Ontario-based Livingston
International Inc’s
assets.

Hartland, New Brunswick-based Day & Ross Transportation Group has acquired G Edwards Enterprises Ltd, a Saskatoon, Saskatchewan-based truckload carrier. Day & Ross, which is a wholly owned division of McCain Foods Limited, plans to integrate the Edwards terminal into its Fastrax division.

Cyberfreight Systems Inc, a transportation and logistics management company with headquarters in Montreal, has completed the integration of its systems with the EDI-enabled INTTRA electronic commerce platform.

Greenville, North Carolina-headquartered forklift manufacturer Hyster Company is now using the EV Traction maintenance-free battery
solution from Vancouver, British Columbia-based Discover Energy Corp in the manufacture of its forklifts.

Delmar International Inc, a Toronto, Ontario-based logistics service provider, has acquired Mississauga, Ontario-based The Federated Group of Companies, which includes Federated Customs Brokerage, Federated International Inc, JD O’Hearn & Co and Federated Freight Services.

a.hartrodt USA Inc has acquired global logistics firm Cargo Alliance Ltd’s operations in Canada. Cargo Alliance has offices in Toronto, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec.

Contract packager GH Günther Huettlin Manufacturing Inc of Belleville, Ontario is now using Toronto, Ontario-based Nulogy Corporation’s PackManager contract packaging optimization software in its facility.

Dole Fresh Fruit, a subsidiary of Dole Food Company, has started using all-plastic pallets with embedded RFID tags from Intelligent Global Pooling Systems (iGPS) to ship of some of its products in North America.

Logistec USA Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Montreal-based Logistec Corporation, has entered into a long-term agreement with HRK Holdings LLC. HRK will develop a new distribution centre for Logistec’s fertilizer and bulk import customers in central Florida and will gain access to Logistec’s services at Port Manatee, Florida.

The merger between Diamond Phoenix and System Logistics is now complete. The company is now using the name System Logistics
Corporation
and operating under the Italian firm System Group SpA.</p