LouwersHanique has been sold to Muon, a portfolio company of Gilde Buy Out Partners
LouwersHanique is a leading manufacturer of extreme accuracy technical glass and ceramic components. The company is a development partner to the world’s most demanding high-tech industries who trust LouwersHanique to work on their most complex challenges.
Joining forces with Muon, LouwersHanique will leverage the group’s scale and resources to invest in next generation technologies and accelerate its growth trajectory. The acquisition of LouwersHanique adds unique capabilities to work with technical glass and advanced ceramics to Muon’s comprehensive portfolio of miniaturization technologies. Backed by Gilde Buy Out Partners, Muon’s strategy is to further solidify its leading position in miniaturization solutions through accelerated organic growth as well as acquisitions.
Eric Wijs, Managing Director at Lincoln International, commented, “We are pleased to have advised LouwersHanique on this transaction. LouwersHanique is a true technology leader with an attractive outlook and is led by a strong management team. The combination of LouwersHanique with Muon creates a global platform with a compelling range of high-end micro-precision technologies, compatible offerings in semiconductor and medical end-markets and a shared co-development philosophy.”
Lincoln International acted as the exclusive investment banking advisor to LouwersHanique, working closely with shareholders and the management team to realize the sale to Muon.
Lincoln’s dedicated senior team, hands-on approach and valuable guidance throughout all stages of the transaction process were instrumental in realizing this great outcome.
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