Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, electrical equipment ranked 19 in number of deals in 2005. The largest electrical equipment acquisition in 2005 was SAIA-Burgess Controls - which was acquired by Johnson Electric Holdings for $723M.
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East African Cables (EAC) is the leading manufacturer of cables in East and Central Africa and is listed on the Nairobi Stock Exchange. EAC’s products include copper electrical cables and conductors for domestic and industrial appliances. The company also manufactures aluminum cables and conductors for use in the distribution and transmission of electricity. The investment by The Abraaj Group was used to finance the acquisition of a controlling stake in a complementary Tanzanian cable business.
Cable Holdings – East African Cables was acquired by The Abraaj Group on November 1, 2005.
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