To be continued today… Bluelinea –

(AOF) – Blueline has announced the launch of a capital increase with maintenance of shareholders’ preferential subscription rights (DPS), for an amount of 7.1 million euros. This capital increase will be used to strengthen the company’s financial structure, in particular by securing the repayment of all financial debts, composed almost entirely of PGE, which amounted to 3.992 million as of December 31, 2021, and an increase cash to cover the working capital requirement linked to business growth (+51% in the 1st quarter of 2022).

The Apicil Group, shareholder to date with 8% of the capital, has expressed its intention to subscribe, on an irreducible and reducible basis, for a minimum amount of 7.1 million, or 100% of the new shares.


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