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ShoreView is pleased to announce the successful sale of Hermetic Solutions Group, LLC

February 2019

ShoreView is pleased to announce the sale of Hermetic Solutions Group, LLC (“HSG”) to Windjammer Capital Investors.

HSG is the combination of several niche manufacturers of highly-engineered hermetic solutions and products for the aerospace and defense, medical, energy and telecom industries.  ShoreView structured transactions that:

  • Provided liquidity and met the divestiture objectives of the companies’ owners
  • Allowed management to retain the day-to-day operating control of the business
  • Created an ownership incentive plan for key managers
  • Provided financial resources to support management’s growth strategy

Working together, ShoreView and HSG management successfully completed the integration of the HSG divisions into one standalone company.  Through these combinations, HSG’s management team was bolstered, and the company’s geographic reach and product offering were greatly expanded. The results of this partnership were excellent, as HSG’s sales and earnings grew materially during ShoreView’s investment period.

About Hermetic Solutions Group, LLC

Hermetic Solutions Group, LLC is a market leader in the hermetic solutions industry. Utilizing proprietary technologies and specialized manufacturing techniques, the company offers hermetic solutions for every requirement, including interconnect products, connectors, packaging and components, board level packaging, laser welding services and highly differentiated getters (absorbers). The company serves a diverse OEM customer base across a variety of end markets, including aerospace, defense and space, optical networking, medical and industrial.

About ShoreView Industries

ShoreView Industries, based in Minneapolis, manages $900 million in private equity funds. ShoreView invests in established, middle-market companies with operations in North America, across a wide range of industries. ShoreView structures a variety of acquisition, recapitalization and build-up transactions, typically in businesses with revenues ranging between $20 million and $300 million.

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