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Colfax Corporation is a technology company. The Company provides orthopedic care and fabrication technology products and services. It operates through two segments: Fabrication Technology and Medical Technology. Fabrication Technology segment is a supplier of welding equipment, cutting equipment, automated welding and cutting systems, and consumables. Medical Technology segment is a provider of orthopedic solutions, providing orthopedic devices, software and services. Its fabrication technology products are marketed under the ESAB brand. ESAB's range of cutting and welding consumables includes electrodes, cored and solid wire and fluxes. The Company, through its subsidiary DJO Global, Inc. (DJO), provides medical devices that provide solutions for musculoskeletal health, vascular health and pain management. It offers products under various brands, including Aircast, Chattanooga, Regeneration, COMPEX, DJO Surgical, DONJOY, DR.COMFORT, PROCARE, Bell-Horn, Exos, Fast Freeze and Saunders.
Constr. & Agric. Machinery
420 National Business Pkwy Fl 5
ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, MD
Mitchell P. Rales
Chairman of the Board
Matthew L. Trerotola
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Christopher M. Hix
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Finance
Brady R. Shirley
Chief Executive Officer of DJO
Patricia A. Lang
Chief Human Resource Officer, Senior Vice President
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Welding and valves manufacturer Colfax Corp said on Thursday it had agreed to sell its air and gas handling unit to private equity firm KPS Capital Partners in a deal valued at $1.8 billion.
Welding and valves manufacturer Colfax Corp on Thursday said it had agreed to sell its air and gas handling unit to private equity firm KPS Capital Partners in a deal valued at $1.8 billion.
Welding and valves manufacturer Colfax Corp <CFX.N> is nearing a deal to sell its air and gas handling division to private equity firm KPS Capital Partners for more than $1.8 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday.
Colfax Corp <CFX.N> is pressing ahead with plans to sell its air and gas handling unit Howden as part of a shift to focus on the medical devices industry and has hired Goldman Sachs to handle the process, four sources close to the matter told Reuters.
Colfax Corp <CFX.N> made a big bet on the medical device industry with its $3.15 billion purchase of DJO Global Inc, but its shares fell 15.2 percent as investors worried about its shift away from its industrial roots to a completely new sector.
Industrial equipment maker Colfax Corp said on Monday it would acquire medical device maker DJO Global Inc from private equity funds managed by Blackstone Group for $3.15 billion in cash.
* COLFAX CORP FILES FOR A POTENTIAL MIXED SHELF OFFERING; SIZE UNDISCLOSED - SEC FILING Source text: (http://bit.ly/2EMM7S8) Further company coverage:
* Q4 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $0.44, REVENUE VIEW $892.3 MILLION -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S
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