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CDI Global ANZ Advises Ixom on Acquisition of Australian Botanical Products

Chicago, IL USA, Melbourne, Australia (May 19, 2021) – CDI Global ANZ (Australia/New Zealand) is pleased to announce that they have successfully advised Ixom on the acquisition of Australian Botanical Products (ABP).

Ixom is the market leader in water treatment and chemical distribution in Australia and New Zealand, with a growing global presence. Ixom’s industry segments are intertwined, supplying manufactured chemicals and services, traded chemical products, and providing logistics solutions and products. Ixom has a long history of supplying chemicals for agriculture, mining, life sciences, building, and construction.

ABP is Australia’s leading supplier of essential oils, carrier oils, raw materials, and fragrances for professional use in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, food, flavor & fragrance, aromatherapy and industrials industries. It sources many products directly from growers/distillers and suppliers throughout Europe, the USA, India, China, Asia, Middle East, and Australia. ABP has the world-class QA/QC laboratories to verify the quality of all products sold by the business and TGA manufacturing division.

CDI Global ANZ played a strategic role throughout the two-year process with Ixom. From analyzing the Australian essential oil B2B market to extensive target search, relationship building, negotiations, and due diligence. CDI Global ANZ was there every step of the way to ensure a smooth, successful transaction.

CDI Global’s extensive international network has local team members poised to find the best opportunities in virtually any marketplace. They specialize in cross-border transactions, providing industry insights and on-location expertise and support.

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