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VINZ Offer opens today

JEVIC NZ today despatched an Offer Document to shareholders of Vehicle Inspection New Zealand Limited (VINZ).

The Offer is a cash offer, made under the Takeovers Code, for 100% of the shares in VINZ at $1.65 per shares. It opens today and closes on Wednesday 13 February 2013 (unless extended in accordance with the Takeovers Code).

Shareholders have been advised that the target company statement, together with an independent adviser’s report on the merits of the Offer will be sent to them within 14 days and should be read in conjunction with the Offer.

I have attached a .PDF version of the Offer Document.

JEVIC_VINZ_takeover_offer_proposal_FINAL.pdf

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