Saw Mill Capital has sold NetShape Technologies to Metal Powder Products
Lincoln International (“Lincoln”), a leading global mid-market investment bank, is pleased to announce that Saw Mill Capital, LLC (“Saw Mill”) has sold NetShape Technologies, LLC (“NetShape” or the “Company”) to Metal Powder Products, LLC, a portfolio company of Mill Point Capital, LLC. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
NetShape is a leading global manufacturer of highly engineered metal components using powder metallurgy and metal injection molding technologies for industrial applications. The Company manufactures function-critical components for hydraulic, power transmission, valve train and structural applications, offering an unmatched industrial product portfolio of more than 3,500 unique SKUs. NetShape serves as a technical partner to its diverse, global blue-chip customer base across the off-highway, hydraulics, outdoor power equipment, heavy truck, industrial hardware and automotive markets.
Dax Whitehouse, CEO of NetShape, commented, “Lincoln’s understanding of NetShape’s value proposition and intimate knowledge of the powder metals space and buyer universe enabled us to find the right partner.” Scott VandeKerkhoff, Principal at Saw Mill, added, “Lincoln’s process execution is exceptional, and we greatly valued their partnership during this transaction.”
Lincoln acted as the exclusive investment banking representative for Saw Mill and NetShape, 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.
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