Charles Russell Speechlys advises Apollo Aerospace Components on acquisition of NYK Component Solutions
Charles Russell Speechlys has advised Apollo Aerospace Components, a leading full capability provider of products and associated supply chain management solutions directly to the world’s leading Aerospace and Defence manufacturers and their extensive supply chains, on the acquisition of NYK Component Solutions. The acquisition of NYK, with its extensive connector assembly capability, is a further indication of Apollo’s developing and growing position within the Global Aerospace & Defence Hardware and Electronic component sector.
The financial terms of the transaction have not been disclosed.
Apollo Aerospace Components is a division of Supply Technologies LLC, a Park‑Ohio Holdings Corporation company (NASDAQ: PKOH).
Bob Vilsack, Chief Legal & Administrative Officer at Park‑Ohio Holdings Corporation, said “It was a pleasure to have Daniel and his colleagues at Charles Russell Speechlys represent Apollo Aerospace in the acquisition of NYK. This was an important and strategic acquisition for Apollo and we were very pleased to have Daniel’s skillful counsel and strong business acumen to get us through a difficult transaction.”
Daniel Rosenberg, Corporate Partner at Charles Russell Speechlys, said “We were very pleased to work with the team at Apollo Aerospace Components, which is growing both within its core business and in a number of adjacent areas”.
The Charles Russell Speechlys team was led by Corporate Partner Daniel Rosenberg and included James Stables (Corporate), Graham Crocker (Tax), Will Harwood (Real Estate), Sara Wilson (Employment) and Caroline Young (Commercial).
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