Kutak Rock LLP advised the shareholders of Positronic Industries, Inc. on the deal. Allen & Gledhill and its network firm in Indonesia, Soemadipradja & Taher, advised Amphenol Corporation.
Positronic Industries, Inc. announced a stock sale transaction to Amphenol Corp., a Fortune 500 publicly traded company. Founded in 1966 and based in Springfield, Missouri, Positronic Industries, Inc. is a global manufacturer of high reliability electronic connectors and cable assemblies for companies in the military, aerospace, data communications and industrial markets.
The sale efforts overcame many obstacles presented by the international presence of Positronic Industries, Inc., which were complicated by the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.
Positronic builds premium power and signal connectors that are used in applications spanning an array of industries. Because failure is not an option for critical systems, Positronic makes it their mission to develop highly-reliable interconnect solutions that provide certainty amid uncertain conditions.
Kutak Rock partner Randell Wallace (Picture) advised Positronic Industries, Inc. on the transaction. He was assisted by partner Mitch Woolery, associates Ariel Sparrow, Jordan Ifland and Sevawn Holt, and many other members of Kutak Rock’s national M&A practice group.
Advising Amphenol as to Singapore law were Allen & Gledhill Partners Christian Chin, Shalene Jin, Eugene Ho and Counsel Julian Ho.
Advising Amphenol as to Indonesia law were Soemadipradja & Taher Partner Rahmat Soemadipradja, Foreign Counsel Oene J. Marseille and Special Counsel Aris Budi Prasetiyo.
Involved fees earner: Christian Chin – Allen & Gledhill LLP; Eugene Ho – Allen & Gledhill LLP; Julian Ho – Allen & Gledhill LLP; Shalene Jin – Allen & Gledhill LLP; Sevawn Foster Holt – Kutak Rock LLP; Jordan Ifland – Kutak Rock LLP; Ariel Sparrow – Kutak Rock LLP; Randell Wallace – Kutak Rock LLP; Mitch Woolery – Kutak Rock LLP; Oene Marseille – Soemadipradja & Taher; Aris Budi Prasetiyo – Soemadipradja & Taher;