Transactions are part of company’s strategic repositioning
August 5, 2016
Emerson announced an agreement to sell Network Power to Platinum Equity and a group of co-investors. The transaction is valued at $4 billion. Emerson also announced it has agreed to sell its Leroy-Somer and Control Techniques business units to Nidec Corp. This transaction is valued at $1.2 billion.
Completion of sale expected during first half of 2016
December 25, 2015
SPX Corp. announced an agreement for the sale of its Dry Cooling business to Paharpur Cooling Towers Limited. The purchase price is estimated to be approximately $48 million, subject to adjustments for working capital at closing.
Transaction is anticipated to close in the first half of 2016
December 22, 2015
Ingersoll-Rand plc announced it will sell its remaining equity interest in its Hussmann refrigeration business as part of a transaction in which Panasonic Corp. is acquiring 100 percent of Hussmann’s shares.
Agreement Includes a 10-Year Strategic Relationship Between the Two Companies
April 6, 2015
Johnson Controls Inc. announced that it has reached a definitive agreement for the sale of its Global WorkPlace Solutions (GWS) business to CBRE Group Inc. for $1.475 billion. Johnson Controls had declared its intention to divest the GWS business in September 2014.
Service-Based Business Is Not Core to Company’s Manufacturing, Engineering, and Product-Based Portfolio
October 6, 2014
Johnson Controls has announced that it plans to divest its Global Workplace Solutions (GWS) business. The company said the action reflects its previously stated intention to invest in businesses that are core to its long-term growth strategy and multi-industrial portfolio.
Watts Insulation Did Not Meet Performance Expectations
August 15, 2013
Watts Water Technologies Inc. announced that it has completed the sale of all of the outstanding shares of Watts Insulation GmbH, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of the company formerly known as Austroflex. The company received proceeds from the sale of approximately $9 million.
The Manitowoc Co. Inc. announced that it has sold its Jackson warewashing business to Hoshizaki USA Holdings Inc. Specific terms of the asset sale were not disclosed. Jackson is a leading producer of warewashing equipment systems primarily for institutions and commercial kitchen applications.