Nichols Portland, Inc., a leading provider of components (Powder Metallurgy & Steel) and niche assemblies utilized in various applications including fluid transfer, announced it has acquired assets of Alpha Precision Group, LLC (“APG”). Nichols is a portfolio company of Altus Capital Partners, an investment firm focused on middle market industrial companies headquartered in the U.S. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
APG is a diversified metal-forming technology company providing conventional powder metal, high temperature stainless steel powdered metal, metal injection molding, and additive manufacturing (3D metal printing) components and assemblies, as well as high precision valve assemblies to a global customer base. Headquartered in St. Marys, Pennsylvania, APG is comprised of five manufacturing plants located in Pennsylvania and Michigan. With over 400 team members working together under a common APG operating system, the company continues to leverage unparalleled technical expertise and cutting-edge technologies to provide custom solutions to customers.
Thomas Houck, President and CEO of Nichols, stated, “The APG acquisition is an excellent complement to our existing value proposition that focuses on being a solution provider to our customers. The APG network will bring additional and unique capabilities to service an ever-changing marketplace. The acquisition of APG will allow us to further accelerate the depth and breadth of our capabilities and ever-evolving needs of our customers. We feel that our approach to long-term customer relations and growth is highly aligned with the value and mission of Nichols.”
Courtesy of Nichols Portland.