Warburg Pincus has acquired a majority stake in India-based consumer goods packaging manufacturer Parksons Packaging, taking out positions held by Kedaara Capital, Olza Holdings, and IIFL Holdings.
Macquarie Infrastructure & Real Assets (MIRA) has agreed to acquire 100% of Australia-listed waste management business Bingo Industries for A$2.3 billion ($1.8 billion).
ADV Partners and Premji Invest have acquired a significant majority stake in Indian plastic molding company Micro Plastics Private (MPPL) for an undisclosed sum.
Chinese agricultural drone maker EAVision has raised $30 million in Series C funding led by Temasek Holdings, CITIC Agricultural Industry Fund, and Bits x Bites.
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Rising Japan Equity, a domestic private equity firm, has agreed to sell Progress, a staffing and contracting services provider, to listed staffing solutions business UT Group for JPY3.09 billion ($28.6 million).
Novo Tellus Capital Partners has invested $40 million in India-based semiconductor engineering services provider Tessolve at a valuation of $100 million.
General Motors (GM) has led a $139 million Series D round for Singapore-based electric vehicle (EV) battery maker SES, also known as SolidEnergy Solutions.
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China-based logistics provider ZJS Express has raised a RMB1 billion ($153 million) Series B round led by Sino-Ocean Capital. Gaolin Capital and state-backed HighRun Capital also participated.
Falcon Edge Capital has led a $110 million growth round for India’s OfBusiness, a B2B platform for industrial sector services, at a post-money valuation of $800 million.
Toshiba Corporation has confirmed it received a buyout offer from CVC Capital Partners. Based on a reported valuation of $20 billion, it would be the largest acquisition by a private equity firm in Asia.
KKR’s $3.5 billion sale of Japanese semiconductor industry supplier Kokusai Electric to US-listed Applied Materials has fallen through due to regulatory approval issues in China.
IMM Private Equity has agreed to sell its 40% stake in Taihan Electric Wire, a Korea-based manufacturer of high-voltage cables to Hoban Construction for KRW251.8 billion ($222 million).
Adamantem Capital’s acquisition of carbon farming specialist Climate Friendly recognizes the increasing sophistication of the Australian carbon credit market as well as its room for improvement
Wise Road Capital, a China-based private equity firm that focuses on high-tech investments, has agreed to privatize Korea’s Magnachip Semiconductor Corporation at a valuation of $1.4 billion.
Australia’s Adamantem Capital has acquired a controlling stake in Climate Friendly, a local carbon offset consultancy, for an undisclosed sum.
Ichunt.com, a Chinese B2B trading platform for electronic components, has raised nearly $100 million in Series C funding from JD MRO, the industrial supplies business of local e-commerce giant JD.com.
XAG, a Chinese manufacturer of agricultural drones, has raised RMB300 million ($46 million) in funding from GL Ventures.
Novo Tellus Capital Partners has moved to take control of Procurri, a Singapore-listed provider of IT services and data center equipment in which it acquired a minority position two years ago.
Accel-KKR, a private equity firm created by Accel Partners and KKR, is set to exit New Zealand engineering software provider Seequent to a US strategic in a deal worth $1 billion.
Japanese technology conglomerate Pioneer Corporation has agreed to sell Increment P Corporation – its car navigation and mapping business – to Polaris Capital Group.
Zhongneng United, a Chinese construction equipment rental platform specializing in aerial work, has raised RMB3 billion ($460 million) in Series C equity and debt financing across three tranches.
Svolt Energy Technology, formerly the battery business unit of Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor, has raised a RMB3.5 billion ($542 million) Series A round featuring a string of government-linked investors.