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IDEX Corporation Signs Agreement to Acquire Novotema

April 21, 2015
Chemical Value Chain
(BUSINESS WIRE) – IDEX CORPORATION announced today that it entered into an agreement to acquire 100% of the outstanding shares of Novotema, SpA, a leader in the design, manufacture and sale of specialty sealing solutions for use in the building products, gas control, transportation, industrial and water markets. The transaction is expected to close within 45 days, pending regulatory approval.
 
Located in Villango, Italy, Novotema has revenues of approximately €30 million and will operate within the IDEX Sealing Solutions group. Novotema was acquired from Ardian, a leading global private equity firm, for a cash consideration of approximately €57 million and is expected to be accretive to IDEX earnings in the first full year after closing.
 
Commenting on the acquisition, IDEX Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Andy Silvernail stated, “Novotema represents the third acquisition in the global build–out of our rapidly expanding Sealing Solutions group and we believe the company’s key technologies and applications are well suited to accelerate profitable growth within the IDEX operating model.”
 
Source: IDEX

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