Tyden Group has acquired E.J. Brooks Company
Lincoln International, a leading global mid-market investment bank, today announced that it has rendered a fairness opinion to the Board of Tyden Group Holdings Corporation (“Tyden” or the “Company”) in connection with its acquisition of E.J. Brooks Company (“E.J. Brooks”). Tyden is a portfolio company of Crimson Investment, a private investment firm based in Palo Alto, California.
Headquartered in Circleville, Ohio, Tyden is a leading manufacturer of specialized security seals and specialized direct part marking equipment. Tyden’s products are used by a diverse group of customers around the world including Delta Air Lines, Cargill, Johnson & Johnson, UPS and Coca Cola, among others. The Company’s ball seal product is the most widely applied cargo seal in the world. Tyden maintains operations in North America, Europe and Asia. E.J. Brooks, headquartered in Livingston, New Jersey and established in 1873, is a leading supplier of cargo security seals and utility related products. Crimson Investment and Tyden management believe that E.J. Brooks’ complementary customer base and product offerings will yield significant operational benefits for the combined business going forward. Throughout the acquisition process, Lincoln International worked closely with Crimson Investment and Tyden, performing a comprehensive analysis and valuation of the Company, combined with E.J. Brooks, and provided a fairness opinion in connection with the transaction.
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Crimson Investment is an international private equity firm that focuses on middle market companies capitalizing on the accelerating globalization trend within manufacturing and services industries. With offices in the U.S and Asia, Crimson provides a dedicated team of cross-border operating executives to assist portfolio companies in reaching their full global potential.
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