Arcline acquires KAMAN, in an all-cash transaction with a total enterprise value of approximately $1.8 billion. KAMAN will become a a private held company, upon completion of the transaction.
Arcline is a growth-oriented private equity firm with deep experience investing in technology-driven, meaningful-to-the-world industrial businesses.
“Following robust engagement with Arcline and careful evaluation of other potential value creation opportunities, we are pleased to have reached this agreement,” said Ian K. Walsh, Kaman Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer. “Given the rigorous review of alternatives we recently completed, we are confident this transaction maximizes value for shareholders and is in the best interest of Kaman as well as our employees, customers and other stakeholders.”
Arcline said, “We have tremendous respect and admiration for Kaman’s team, history, and its portfolio of brands. Kaman has long been a trusted solutions provider of engineered components and subsystems to mission-critical markets, and we believe the Company is in a strong position to grow and benefit from attractive tailwinds.
Source: Business Wire
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