June 11, 2007 12:36 ET

The Macyro Group Inc. Receives Shareholders Approval of Its Acquisition by RED Holdings Group, Inc.

QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - June 11, 2007) - The Macyro Group Inc. ("Macyro") (TSX:MYO) is pleased to announce that at its special meeting of shareholders held on June 11, 2007, its shareholders approved the previously announced acquisition of Macyro by RED Holdings Group, Inc. ("RED") by way of amalgamation. Under the terms of the amalgamation, the shareholders of Macyro will receive, for each share of Macyro held, one redeemable preferred share of the company to result from such amalgamation, which preferred share shall in turn be automatically redeemed for a cash consideration of CDN$1.77. The formal closing of this transaction is expected to occur by no later than June 18, 2007.

About Macyro

Macyro is in the business of the manufacturing and installation of aluminium curtain walls, panels, windows and doors for use in commercial and residential construction through its subsidiary Gamma Industries Inc. ("Gamma"). Gamma is recognized as a leader in its field in Quebec and has, over the last several years, developed a valuable niche in the south eastern United States of America, from which over 70% of its sales now originate.

About RED

RED is a Florida-based investment company controlled by Edward W. Easton Family, Ltd. and a group of shareholders led by Elliot Kracko.


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Contact Information

  • The Macyro Group Inc.
    Kevin McCrann
    President and Chief Executive Officer