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Danaher and Cooper Industries Sell Apex Tool Group To Bain Capital

The transaction is slated to close in the first half of 2013.

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SPARKS, Md. – Danaher Corp. and Cooper Industries have just announced the sale of their joint venture, Apex Tool Group, to Bain Capital for approximately $1.6 billion subject to post-closing adjustments. Currently, Danaher and Cooper each maintain a 50 percent joint venture ownership interest in Apex.
 
The transaction is slated to close in the first half of 2013, pending customary closing conditions and regulatory review and approvals. At that time, the company will continue to be known as Apex Tool Group and will continue to manufacture goods under the Crescent, GearWrench, Armstrong, Weller, Lufkin, SATA and Wiss brands around the world.
 
“Our JV shareholders saw tremendous synergy opportunities when they brought together their combined global hand and power tool businesses in 2010,” said Steve Breitzka, who remains CEO of Apex Tool Group. “Thanks to the outstanding efforts and talent of our associates around the globe who delivered strong results for our owners, we are now poised to build on our past successes and reach even greater heights under Bain Capital’s ownership.”  
 
Going forward, the Apex Tool Group name will remain, as will its logo, brands and website. The company will continue to be headquartered in Sparks, Md.
 

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