Bulgin Has Been Acquired by Infinite Electronics


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Bulgin Ltd, a UK-based developer and manufacturer of connectors and related components for harsh-environment applications, announced that it has been acquired by Infinite Electronics, Inc., a global portfolio of leading in-stock connectivity solution brands. Bulgin was previously owned by Equistone Partners Europe, a leading European mid-market private equity firm.

"Joining Infinite Electronics' portfolio provides the Bulgin brand additional leverage and opportunities to accelerate business growth globally," said John Wilson, Bulgin's Chief Executive Officer. "Infinite Electronics and Bulgin share much in common, such as ambitious global growth plans and customer-centric values. This is an exciting milestone in the Bulgin journey."

Infinite Electronics' portfolio of leading in-stock connectivity solutions brands provide products, solutions and real-time support for their customers across the globe. Infinite's legacy brands include: Pasternack, Fairview Microwave, L-com, MilesTek, ShowMeCables, NavePoint, INC Installs, Integra Optics, PolyPhaser, Transtector, KP Performance Antennas, RadioWaves and Aiconics.

"By welcoming Bulgin to Infinite Electronics' growing brand portfolio, we are better positioned to meet the increasing demand for reliable connectivity solutions for harsh environments," said Infinite Electronics President and Chief Executive Officer Penny Cotner. "Bulgin's focus on mission-critical, customizable components with outstanding design and customer support aligns with our own longstanding reputation for delivering our customers what they need, when they need it most."

This acquisition further establishes Bulgin as a leading manufacturer of harsh environment connectivity solutions. It is the latest milestone in Bulgin's rapid growth over the past six years.

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