Atlantia SpA, the infrastructure firm backed by the billionaire Benetton family, agreed to buy Siemens AG’s road traffic unit for 950 million euros ($1.1 billion) including debt.
The Siemens management and supervisory boards have approved the planned sale of Yunex Traffic, which makes traffic lights and associated software systems, the Munich-based company said in a statement Monday.
Bloomberg News reported earlier this month that Atlantia was one of the final contenders for the unit. The acquisition comes after Atlantia agreed to sell Autostrade per l’Italia SpA in a deal valuing the toll-highway business at 9.3 billion euros, ending a nearly three-year dispute following the deadly collapse of a bridge in Genoa.
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