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Argand Partners acquires Sigma Electric

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

New York-based private Argand Partners has acquired 100 per cent share-holding in Sigma Electric Manufacturing, which is engaged in electrical fittings and engineering products, for an undisclosed amount.

Argand acquired 100 per cent stake in Sigma Electric from Private Equity and other share-holders, the company said in a statement issued here today.



Capital Partners had acquired 80 per cent in Pune-based Sigma in 2007 for USD 172 million.

"Argand plans to work closely with the Sigma management team to support the company through the next phase of its growth. Sigma and Argand will actively pursue an aggressive growth strategy, both organic as well as through acquisitions, which will enhance our market strengths across globe," Sigma President and CEO Viren Joshi said.

He said Argand's manufacturing and industrial market experience in addition to global networks will assist the company as it looks to expand its market presence and geographic footprint.

Sigma, with sales of over Rs 1,000 crore and 3,300 employees, has nine facilities located in and Jaipur and manufactures castings in aluminium, aluminium-bronze, zinc, steel, iron and copper.

Commenting on the deal, Argand Partner and Managing Director Tariq Osman said: "Sigma offers customers a unique value proposition and has a truly differentiated position as a global supplier in the precision metal components marketplace. We see exciting potential for further expansion into new markets and geographies.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Argand acquired 100 per cent stake in Sigma Electric from Private Equity and other share-holders, the company said in a statement issued here today.

Capital Partners had acquired 80 per cent in Pune-based Sigma in 2007 for USD 172 million.

"Argand plans to work closely with the Sigma management team to support the company through the next phase of its growth. Sigma and Argand will actively pursue an aggressive growth strategy, both organic as well as through acquisitions, which will enhance our market strengths across globe," Sigma President and CEO Viren Joshi said.

He said Argand's manufacturing and industrial market experience in addition to global networks will assist the company as it looks to expand its market presence and geographic footprint.

Sigma, with sales of over Rs 1,000 crore and 3,300 employees, has nine facilities located in and Jaipur and manufactures castings in aluminium, aluminium-bronze, zinc, steel, iron and copper.

Commenting on the deal, Argand Partner and Managing Director Tariq Osman said: "Sigma offers customers a unique value proposition and has a truly differentiated position as a global supplier in the precision metal components marketplace. We see exciting potential for further expansion into new markets and geographies.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Argand Partners acquires Sigma Electric

New York-based private Argand Partners has acquired 100 per cent share-holding in Sigma Electric Manufacturing, which is engaged in electrical fittings and engineering products, for an undisclosed amount.

Argand acquired 100 per cent stake in Sigma Electric from Private Equity and other share-holders, the company said in a statement issued here today.

Capital Partners had acquired 80 per cent in Pune-based Sigma in 2007 for USD 172 million.

"Argand plans to work closely with the Sigma management team to support the company through the next phase of its growth. Sigma and Argand will actively pursue an aggressive growth strategy, both organic as well as through acquisitions, which will enhance our market strengths across globe," Sigma President and CEO Viren Joshi said.

He said Argand's manufacturing and industrial market experience in addition to global networks will assist the company as it looks to expand its market presence and geographic footprint.

Sigma, with sales of over Rs 1,000 crore and 3,300 employees, has nine facilities located in and Jaipur and manufactures castings in aluminium, aluminium-bronze, zinc, steel, iron and copper.

Commenting on the deal, Argand Partner and Managing Director Tariq Osman said: "Sigma offers customers a unique value proposition and has a truly differentiated position as a global supplier in the precision metal components marketplace. We see exciting potential for further expansion into new markets and geographies.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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