The Australian Competition Authority finds preliminary competition concerns with a proposed merger between 2 largest commercial laundry services providers in multiple geographic markets (South Pacific Laundry / Spotless Laundries)

South Pacific Laundry’s proposed acquisition of Spotless Laundries raises preliminary competition concerns* The ACCC has identified potential competition concerns with South Pacific Laundry (SPL)’s proposed acquisition of Spotless Laundries, which is part of Spotless Group Holdings Limited. Spotless Group Holdings Limited is majority-owned by Downer EDI Limited (ASX:DOW). Spotless Laundries and SPL both offer commercial laundry services in multiple cities and regions across Australia. “This transaction would combine the two largest commercial laundry suppliers in Sydney and

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority finds preliminary competition concerns with a proposed merger between 2 largest commercial laundry services providers in multiple geographic markets (South Pacific Laundry / Spotless Laundries), 27 August 2020, e-Competitions August 2020, Art. N° 96611

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