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Donaldson Co. Receives Offer For Exhaust & Emissions Business

Donaldson Co. has received a binding offer from Nelson Global Products Inc. to purchase its Exhaust and Emissions (E&E) business. Due to the receipt of this offer, Donaldson will engage in a consultation with its employee representative committees in Europe. Following completion of the consultation process, Donaldson will have the right to enter into a purchase agreement with Nelson, pursuant to a put option agreement. Upon entering the purchase agreement, the contemplated acquisition by Nelson would be subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approvals.

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“We have a disciplined approach to managing our portfolio of filtration businesses, and the potential divestiture of Exhaust and Emissions reflects our commitment to pursuing opportunities where we believe we offer a distinct competitive advantage,” said Tod Carpenter, chairman, president and CEO of Donaldson Co. “Consistent with our history of innovation, Frank Donaldson invented the first spark-arresting muffler in the 1920s. In recent years, the technical and manufacturing competencies required to support the E&E business have evolved. We believe that Nelson, a global leader in the design and manufacture of thermal management, acoustic, air and fluid mechanics, and structural solutions, will provide E&E customers and employees a greater level of support. As we consider this transaction against our long-term opportunities, we expect the divestiture would create value for all stakeholders.”

Donaldson’s E&E business contributed approximately $120 million of revenue to the Engine Products segment in fiscal 2019. The transaction would include Donaldson’s dedicated E&E sales and engineering functions, production facilities and lab capabilities. Pending the consultation process noted above, the parties’ entry into the purchase agreement and satisfaction of closing conditions and necessary approvals, the transaction is expected to close in Donaldson’s third quarter of fiscal 2020.

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