Sekisui completes acquisition AIM Aerospace

Sekisui completes acquisition of AIM Aerospace

5:35 AM, 29th November 2019
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RENTON, US: Sekisui Chemical Co Ltd has finalized the acquisition of AIM Aerospace from Liberty Hall Capital Partners (LHCP). AIM Aerospace is now a wholly owned operating company within Sekisui Chemical. 

AIM Aerospace is a leading designer and producer of advanced composite structures, systems, engine components and thermoplastic technology for the global aerospace industry and leading the way in the implementation of advanced thermoplastics and intelligent automation for aerospace in North America. 

AIM Aerospace has expanded its capabilities, diversified its customer base and extended its geographic reach to position themselves to deliver a new generation of products to the aerospace industry.

"We are very pleased to be a key member of Sekisui Chemical's business.  As the foundational aerospace company in their portfolio we will bring our technical, product and market expertise combined with Sekisui Chemical's advanced materials and processes to create synergies and achieve strategic growth. The integration with Sekisui Chemical also provides access to resources and expertise to enhance continuous improvement, operational excellence and to refine and develop product offerings for our current and new customers. This is the beginning of a great journey for our team,” said Daniele Cagnatel, Chief Executive Officer of AIM Aerospace.

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