With five branches located across four different islands, Dycten is one of the leading drylining specialist merchants in the Canary Islands.
On 2 January 2024, BME Group (BME) and the shareholders of Dycten have reached an agreement on the sale of Dycten. With five branches located across four different islands, Dycten is one of the leading drylining specialist merchants in the Canary Islands.
Dycten offers a wide range of building materials with a focus on drylining, ceiling solutions, and insulation materials. Dycten started its operations more than 35 years ago to become one of the leading drylining specialists in the Canary Islands. The company employs close to 30 employees across its five branches and with its head office located in Tenerife. The company will be integrated into BME Spain’s La Especialista network, which will grow to 19 dedicated branches across Spain. Dycten’s current management, Javier González-Machado Marin and Ana González-Machado Marin, will support the integration of Dycten into the distribution network of La Especialista of BME Spain.
“I am very pleased that we can further expand our footprint in Spain by entering the Canary Islands. The dedicated team of Dycten has built a strong franchise and are recognized as one of the leading drylining specialists in the Canary Islands with good relationships in the local market. We are happy to welcome all new employees to the BME Group and we are sure that their in-depth knowledge of the local market, combined with BME’s scale, will prove advantageous for every professional builder in the Canary Islands.”Remco Teulings, Group CEO
BME is one of Europe’s leading building material distribution companies and active in Spain as BME Spain, under the brands Isolana, La Especialista, Villar and Decoplack.
The acquisition of Dycten is the 5th acquisition in Spain since BME became an independent company in 2019, and the 31st acquisition across the Group.
Financial details of the transaction will not be disclosed.