ARCH Global Precision has been sold to The Jordan Company
Lincoln International leverages its deep experience in the cutting tools and medical device markets.
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that ARCH Global Precision, a Strength Capital Partners and Main Post Partners platform company, has been sold to The Jordan Company.
Lincoln acted as the exclusive investment banking representative for ARCH Global Precision, working closely with the company’s management team and shareholders throughout the sale process. This included providing advisory expertise and managing the preparatory, marketing, negotiation and due diligence phases of the transaction.
Eli Crotzer, ARCH’s CEO, commented, “The Lincoln team did an excellent job understanding ARCH’s value proposition and effectively conveying the company’s organic growth and strategic acquisition strategy. Lincoln ran a highly competitive, disciplined process that, when combined with their extensive experience in the cutting tools and medical device sectors, resulted in a highly successful outcome for ARCH, its employees and its shareholders. With The Jordan Company, we have the ideal partner to support us in the next phase of continued strong growth.”
Headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, ARCH is a leading metalworking platform focused on manufacturing precision cutting tools, precision machined industrial components and medical implants and instruments. ARCH’s management team has developed leading engineering, design and manufacturing expertise across the platform to produce complex solutions for industrial, medical and aerospace & defense applications. For more information, please visit www.archglobalprecision.com.
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