Go to deals
Business Support Services

Micromeritics has acquired Freeman Technology Ltd.

Micromeritics Instrument Corporation (Micromeritics) has acquired Freeman Technologies Ltd. for an undisclosed consideration.

Micromeritics is one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of proprietary particle measurement instruments and accessories sold into industrial, educational and governmental research and testing lab environments across the globe. Founded in 1962, the company has headquarters in Norcross, Georgia, and more than 300 employees worldwide.

Freeman Technology, located in Tewkesbury, UK, designs and manufactures instruments used in the measurement of powder flow and other behavioral properties of powders. With over 15 years’ experience dedicated to powder characterization the company has developed a class-leading technology and an unrivaled application understanding.

One of Oaklins' teams in the USA represented Micromeritics in connection with the acquisition of Freeman Technologies.

Service
M&A buy-side
Parties

Talk to the deal team

 Philip S. Krieger

Philip S. Krieger

Managing Director

Atlanta, United States
Oaklins TM Capital
 James S. Grien

James S. Grien

Managing Director

Atlanta, United States
Oaklins TM Capital

Related deals

Coastal Insurance Underwriters has been acquired by Constellation Affiliated Partners
Private Equity | Business Support Services

Coastal Insurance Underwriters has been acquired by Constellation Affiliated Partners

The shareholders of Coastal Insurance Underwriters have sold the firm to Constellation Affiliated Partners.

Learn more
DeltaNet has been acquired by Marlowe
Business Support Services | TMT

DeltaNet has been acquired by Marlowe

DeltaNet International Limited (DeltaNet) has been acquired by Marlowe plc. This acquisition will bolster Marlowe’s market-leading position in the UK’s health and safety market.

Learn more
Weber Logistics partners with Stellex Capital to position itself for growth
Private Equity | Business Support Services | Logistics

Weber Logistics partners with Stellex Capital to position itself for growth

The shareholders of Weber Logistics have sold the company to Stellex Capital Management.

Learn more