DLA Piper advises Arsenal Capital Partners and Chromaflo on acquisition of CPS Color
DLA Piper has advised Arsenal Capital Partners and Chromaflo Technologies, a supplier of pigment and chemical dispersions, on the acquisition of tinting specialist CPS Color.
Chromaflo Technologies and CPS Color’s colorant business will combine to create an independent global colorant system and pigment dispersion platform. The new colorants and dispersions specialist will operate under the name Chromaflo Technologies.
The DLA Piper team representing Arsenal Capital was led by New York-based partner Daniel Eisner and included Gerald Rokoff, Shmuel Klahr, Gregory Ruback, Daniel Crosby, Drew Young, Jason Durschlag, Syed Wasim, Bradford McCormick, Ryan Moreno and Michael Greenberg, together with offices in Amsterdam (Paulus Merks, Hendrik Bennebroek Gravenhorst, Gerard Kneppers, Hélène Bogaard, Monique Laenen, Gabriël van Gelder, Jeffrey Remy and Zoya Zalmai), Brussels (Jean-Michel Detry, Denis-Emmanuel Philippe, Bastien Bruininx and Eugene Tchen), Germany (Jan Dreyer and Christoph Papenheim), China (Pao Teng) and Australia (Jock McCormack, Onno Bakker, Neil Campbell and David Walker).
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