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CORE Industrial Partners Completes Take-Private of Fathom Digital Manufacturing Corporation

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πŸ”– Topics: Acquisition

🏒 Organizations: CORE Industrial Partners, Fathom

CORE Industrial Partners, a manufacturing, industrial technology, and industrial services-focused private equity firm, announced the successful completion of its take-private transaction of Fathom Digital Manufacturing Corporation, a provider of on-demand digital manufacturing services. As a result of the transaction, Fathom Class A common stock has ceased trading and will no longer be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Founded in 1984, Fathom offers 25 unique manufacturing processes, including both plastic and metal additive technologies, CNC machining, injection molding & tooling, sheet metal fabrication, and design & engineering, to serve customers across a variety of end markets, most notably technology, defense, aerospace, medical, automotive and IOT. Headquartered in Hartland, Wisconsin, Fathom operates a nationwide footprint of ten facilities covering nearly 420,000 square feet. The Company holds a variety of registrations and certifications, including ISO 9001, IS0 13485, AS9100 and ITAR.

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CORE Industrial Partners Announces Closing of Two New Funds Totaling $887 Million

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πŸ”– Topics: Funding Event

🏒 Organizations: CORE Industrial Partners

CORE Industrial Partners (CORE), a manufacturing, industrial technology, and industrial services-focused private equity firm, is pleased to announce the closing of $887 million in capital commitments between its $685 million flagship fund, CORE Industrial Partners Fund III, L.P. (Fund III) and $202 million in its new offering, CORE Industrial Services Fund I, L.P. (Services Fund I) with both funds exceeding their targets. In the past five years, CORE has raised more than $1.58 billion of total limited partner commitments dedicated to investing in the industrial sector.

Fund III will continue CORE’s existing flagship strategy of acquiring manufacturing and industrial technology businesses that CORE believes can benefit from its deep investment and operating experience to accelerate growth and create long-term value for investors, business owners and management teams.

CORE’s newest fund strategy, Industrial Services Fund I, brings a more concentrated focus to the highly fragmented industrial services sector that CORE believes is experiencing strong growth due to reshoring and proliferation of advanced technologies with the adoption of Industry 4.0 applications in North America.

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