JPW Industries, a portfolio company of Gamut Capital Management, has acquired Baileigh Industrial
JPW is a leading global designer, manufacturer and distributor of branded metalworking and woodworking equipment and specialty shop tools sold under the JET®, Powermatic®, Wilton®, Edwards® and Promac® brand names. JPW is a Gamut Capital Management portfolio company. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Based in Wisconsin and founded in 1999, Baileigh is a leading marketer, manufacturer and distributor of over 500 metalworking and woodworking products sold under the Baileigh® brand across the U.S. and Europe. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, RMD, Baileigh designs and manufactures high-quality, “made-in-the-USA” Baileigh-branded metalworking machinery.
As the financial advisor to JPW, Lincoln International assisted Gamut and JPW’s management teams throughout the acquisition process, providing advisory expertise and assisting in the negotiation and due diligence phases of the transaction.
The Baileigh acquisition represents another successful tool-related transaction by Lincoln International’s Global Industrials Group.
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