Arsenal Capital Partners has sold Cyalume Technologies to Cadre Holdings
Cyalume Technologies Inc. is a market leader in chemical light solutions, providing light sticks, chemiluminescent training ammunition, infrared devices and other lighting solutions to U.S. and NATO military forces as well as other commercial, medical, law enforcement and first responder markets.
Lincoln International found the best home for Cyalume’s differentiated portfolio of solutions, while achieving desirable terms for Arsenal Capital Partners. Lincoln’s industry expertise and access to global strategic and financial buyers enabled a comprehensive sale process to find the right buyer for a truly unique asset.
Razmig Arzoumanian, Managing Director in Lincoln’s New York office, commented, “Cyalume is a truly differentiated company, providing products critical to U.S. and allied militaries’ training and combat readiness. As a global leader in chemiluminescent technologies and innovations, Cyalume is well-positioned for continued growth. Cyalume will further strengthen Cadre Holdings’ extensive portfolio of safety and survivability products, and the synergies of the combination will accelerate growth, innovation and channel access.”
The Lincoln team's dedication and hard work as our advisor throughout the process gave confidence that we would find the right home for Cyalume. Lincoln's broad reach to potential buyers and deep sector expertise proved instrumental in executing a transaction. We are excited to see the future success Cyalume's management team will achieve with Cadre Holdings.
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