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September 27, 1996
Everest Electronic Equipment, which makes electronic enclosures for the computer and telecommunications industries, has been acquired by Milwaukee-based Applied Power Inc. in a deal valued at about $52 million. Everest, which has sales of about $45 million a year, will become part of Applied Power's Wright line business unit. The Everest acquisition is one of six by Allied over the last 16 months.
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BUSINESS
September 27, 1996
Everest Electronic Equipment, which makes electronic enclosures for the computer and telecommunications industries, has been acquired by Milwaukee-based Applied Power Inc. in a deal valued at about $52 million. Everest, which has sales of about $45 million a year, will become part of Applied Power's Wright line business unit. The Everest acquisition is one of six by Allied over the last 16 months.
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August 29, 1996 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Electronic equipment cabinetry maker Everest Electronic Equipment has signed an agreement to be acquired by Applied Power Inc. The Milwaukee-based company said it will pay $52 million cash for Everest, which will remain in Orange County under its present management, headed by President Terry Wells. The acquisition is expected to close by early October.
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August 29, 1996 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Electronic equipment cabinetry maker Everest Electronic Equipment has signed an agreement to be acquired by Applied Power Inc. The Milwaukee-based company said it will pay $52 million cash for Everest, which will remain in Orange County under its present management, headed by President Terry Wells. The acquisition is expected to close by early October.
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