CGI Automated Manufacturing, a provider of complex sheet metal and machined production parts and portfolio company of Core Industrial Partners, has acquired DFF Corp., a precision manufacturer focused on medium-to-high volume production of precision machined components and electromechanical assembly products.
DFF provides manufacturing services that include CNC milling and turning, electromechanical assembly, design and engineering, prototyping, and quality assurance for a range of end markets. DFF operates out of a 300,000 square foot facility and holds AS9100D and ISO 9001 certifications and an ITAR registration.
The deal is the sixth company added to the CGI platform since its August 2021 launch by Core. The firm now operates 200 CNC machines, eight lasers, and 650,000 square feet across eight facilities in seven states.
“DFF is a scaled, design and engineering-driven manufacturing services provider with a strong track record of growth,” commented Matthew Puglisi, partner of Core. “In addition to roughly doubling the platform’s footprint, this transformational addition provides significant strategic value, including deeper penetration into attractive end markets and a complimentary East Coast location to broaden national reach.”
Winston & Strawn LLP provided legal representation to CGI and CORE in the transaction.