Renatus takes majority stake in Wicklow engineering group

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Private equity firm’s investment is the first under its new fund, which is supported by the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund

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Renatus Capital Partners has made its first investment under a new €60 million state-backed fund, taking a majority stake in WH Scott Group, a Wicklow engineering company.

Founded in 1897, the firm is focused on the design, fabrication, supply, inspection and certification of equipment used in highly regulated lifting and industrial markets. The Rathnew-headquartered company operates through four specialist divisions: WH Scott & Son Engineers, Hiltonne Engineers, Metlab and ReRopes.

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