Private Equity: Private Equity Company Buys St. Petersburg Company Compulink

August 27, 2020 | Latest News, News, Private Equity
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Private Equity: Private Equity Company Buys St. Petersburg Company Compulink

St. Petersburg company Compulink Cable Assemblies is now under new ownership.  The company manufactures cables and harnesses for both military and commercial purposes.  kSARIA Corp. is the company that bought Compilink.  kSARIA specializes in providing mission-critical connectivity solutions for defense and aerospace markets.  The company is also part of Behrman Capital’s portfolio.  

Compulink provides a variety of services to its clients such as design engineering, production, testing, and prototype fabrication.  Its products include harnesses, cables, and miniaturized connectors.  Compulink often serves the military, medical, and transportation markets.  According to co-founder of Compulink Rob Wilkin, “Compulink has a 36-year history of manufacturing excellence and providing innovative solutions for our customers. We have extensive industry expertise that has enabled us to forge deep-rooted and invaluable relationships with major OEMs and manufacturers. We are excited to contribute to the success of kSARIA in partnership with the management team and Behrman Capital.”  

Compulink plans to deliver its value through its manufacturing and engineering expertise.  According to co-founder Steve Shevlin, “This transaction is a unique strategic opportunity to build on our deeply successful foundation and deliver enhanced value to our customers.”  

Behrman Capital is a middle market private equity firm based in New York City.  Behrman Capital has five private equity funds with a total combined capital of $5 billion.

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