M&A Deal Summary

ATI Acquires Ladish

On November 17, 2010, ATI acquired manufacturer Ladish for 778M USD

Acquisition Highlights
  • This is ATI’s 1st transaction in the Manufacturing sector.
  • This is ATI’s largest (disclosed) transaction.
  • This is ATI’s 1st transaction in the United States.
  • This is ATI’s 1st transaction in Wisconsin.

M&A Deal Summary

Date 2010-11-17
Target Ladish
Sector Manufacturing
Buyer(s) ATI
Deal Type Add-on Acquisition
Deal Value 778M USD

Target

Ladish

Cudahy, Wisconsin, United States
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Ladish Co., Inc. is a manufacturer of highly engineered, technically advanced metal components for the jet engine, aerospace and general industrial markets.

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Buyer(S) 1

Buyer

ATI

Dallas, Texas, United States

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Category Company
Founded 1960
Sector Metals/Mining
Employees6,700
Revenue 3.8B USD (2022)
DESCRIPTION

ATI is a diversified specialty materials and components producer. The Company's markets include aerospace and defense, oil and gas/chemical process, electrical energy, medical, automotive, food equipment and appliance, and construction and mining. ATI's products include titanium and titanium alloys, nickel-based alloys and superalloys, engineered forgings and castings, zirconium, hafnium, niobium alloys, grain-oriented electrical steel, and stainless and specialty steels. ATI was incorporated in 1960 and is based in Dallas, Texas.


DEAL STATS #
Overall 1 of 3
Sector (Manufacturing) 1 of 2
Type (Add-on Acquisition) 1 of 3
State (Wisconsin) 1 of 1
Country (United States) 1 of 3
Year (2010) 1 of 1
Size (of disclosed) 1 of 1
PREVIOUS DEAL
DATE TARGET DEAL TYPE VALUE
1999-07-19 McCormick Selph

Hollister, California, United States

McCormick Selph Ordnance is a manufacturer of pyrotechnic components and systems for the aerospace, automotive, and general industrial markets.

Sell -
FOLLOWING DEAL
DATE TARGET DEAL TYPE VALUE
2013-11-04 Allegheny Technologies - Tungsten Materials

United States

ATI's Tungsten based infiltrated metals, with either copper or silver as Image 4.jpginfiltrants, have been widely used in industry for many years. The major uses include missile vector control vanes, nozzle and throat materials, missile plume deflector shields, electrical contacts, resistance welding contacts, and porous emitters.

Sell $605M