UPS's cash offer of €9.5 per share for TNT — Europe's second-largest express delivery company behind DHL — comes a month after TNT turned down a €9 per share offer. The companies remained in talks.
UPS said Monday the deal is a 54 per cent premium to TNT's closing price before the first offer Feb. 17. TNT shares closed at €9.35 on Friday.
The acquisition would be the biggest ever for Atlanta-based UPS, which is the world's largest delivery company.