Angstrom Technology acquires Connect 2 Cleanrooms

Matt Isard. Courtesy Angstrom Technology

A West Michigan cleanroom engineering company acquired an integrated cleanroom solutions provider.

Walker-based Angstrom Technology, a portfolio company of New York-based private equity firm ASGARD Partners & Co., said Wednesday, Jan. 19, it acquired Lancaster, United Kingdom-based Connect 2 Cleanrooms (C2C).

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Angstrom Technology acquired 100% ownership in C2C, and as part of the deal, the existing C2C management team led by C2C Founder and CEO Joe Govier will remain in place to run daily operations at its headquarters.

“I can’t express the level of excitement and opportunity this acquisition will bring to the U.S. cleanroom industry,” said Matt Isard, CEO of Angstrom Technology. “The addition of the C2C platform into Angstrom’s current business will allow us to integrate these capabilities throughout our current offerings, giving our existing and future customers a better, more fluid experience.”

Govier, said the combination of the two businesses “will enable Angstrom and C2C to fulfill a joint vision to create a truly global controlled environment solutions platform.”

“We are excited for the future of the group and teams within,” he said.

Matt Purvis. Courtesy Angstrom Technology

Angstrom Technology COO Matt Purvis said with many of its customers operating in the U.S. and Europe, the acquisition of C2C will advance its mission “to be the leading global cleanroom provider.”

“In addition, we now offer a full range of cleanroom consumables, ready-to-ship cleanrooms, certification and validation services, (and) expanded expertise in cleanroom design, engineering and build capabilities,” Purvis said.

C2C represents Angstrom’s second add-on acquisition, after the acquisition of Built 2 Spec last fall.

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