Arlington Capital Partners Expands Facilities in Five Cities
Officials said the company has a complex and differentiated capability set, operating in the forming, special processing and bonding markets, among others. The Company has many longstanding and strong relationships with blue-chip aerospace OEM and Tier 1 customers and has a diversified product portfolio across various aerospace platforms and end-markets.
Peter Manos, a Managing Partner at Arlington Capital, said, “Differentiated aerospace forming has long been a key investment theme at Arlington Capital, and the acquisition of Triumph’s forming and fabrication facilities represents an immediate opportunity to create one of the largest pure play forming platforms with the broadest capabilities, including super-plastic forming, titanium hot forming, hydroforming and complex outside processing services including chemical milling. The Company’s differentiated know-how in complex, large and hard-to-manufacture parts positions the Company to continue winning attractive work packages on next-generation growth programs.”
Bilal Noor, a Vice President at Arlington Capital said, “We are extremely excited to partner with the Company’s management team and employees as we continue to build upon the Triumph forming and fabrication facilities’ well established market position. We look forward to further investing in existing and new capabilities to better serve our customers and to pursuing additional organic and M&A growth initiatives.”
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