Graycliff Partners has sold IMPAKT Holdings to Celestica Inc.
Lincoln is pleased to announce that it has represented Graycliff Partners (Graycliff) and other shareholders in the sale of IMPAKT Holdings, LLC (IMPAKT) to Celestica Inc. (NYSE, TSX: CLS) for $329 million.
IMPAKT is a highly-specialized, vertically integrated manufacturer providing solutions for leading OEMs in the semiconductor and Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display industries, as well as other markets requiring complex fabrication services. The company provides scalable solutions for equipment and systems manufacturing and is the only display and semiconductor contract manufacturer to provide final tested, complete systems. Through its vertically integrated manufacturing capabilities, reduced cycle times and industry-leading IP security, IMPAKT is the key partner to customers across high growth end markets.
Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Santa Clara, California, IMPAKT maintains operations in both California and South Korea, which provides access to key display and semiconductor capital equipment customers and end users. For more information, please visit www.impaktholdings.com.
Lincoln acted as an advisor to IMPAKT, Graycliff and other shareholders, working closely with the shareholders and management team throughout the sale process. “Lincoln’s relationship and understanding of the buyer was invaluable in negotiating the transaction, efficiently managing diligence and bringing the deal to closure,” said Duke Punhong, Managing Director at Graycliff.
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