Why did Tourism Holdings (NZX:THL) divest two businesses to Camplify?

Highlights

  • Tourism Holdings divest its two businesses to Camplify Holdings.
  • The purchase price is to be fulfilled by Camplify Holdings issuing fresh wholly paid ordinary shares to Tourism Holdings.

International tourism operator Tourism Holdings Limited (NZX:THL) has of late conveyed to the market that it had inked a deal to divest its two businesses- Mighway and SHAREaCAMPER to Camplify Holdings Limited (ASX:CHL).

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A glance at the Tourism Holdings - Camplify Holdings deal

The ongoing deal between the two companies has been struck for the amount AU$7.37 million. On the basis of purchase price, the sale signifies a profit on sale of businesses of around NZ$6.3 million contingent on closing adjustments.     

The current strategic correlation established between Tourism Holdings and Camplify Holdings, comprises of Tourism Holdings offering managed services for Camplify’s RV owners and both the entities would work together on prospects to develop both the companies RVSC business segment.  

In the context of transaction, other commercial deals would be signed as well, which would offer the basis for a strategic association amid the two entities.

The purchase price is to be fulfilled by Camplify Holdings issuing fresh wholly paid ordinary shares to Tourism Holdings.

The shares would be issued in two equal tranches, the first tranche to be issued post conclusion and the other one to be issued after 12-month following the conclusion.

The issue price for the initial tranche is AU$3.34, being the 20 day (VWAP) for Camplify Holdings shares before inking the deal. Also, the second tranche would be lower amount of the first issue price and the 60 day VWAP (volume weighted average price) for Camplify Holdings shares before the second issue date.

Related read; How has Tourism Holdings (NZX:THL) fared since COVID-19 pandemic began?

At the time of writing, Tourism Holdings was trading at NZ$2.69, up by 3.46%.

Bottom Line

The deal between Tourism Holdings and Camplify Holdings make certain that the former holds its own in the peer-to-peer sector in NZ and gains to an extent, what Camplify has been able to amass in Australia.   

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