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Royal Power Solutions Joins Eaton’s Portfolio for $600 Million

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Eaton Royal Power 400x275January 9, 2022

Power management company Eaton has completed its acquisition of Royal Power Solutions, a U.S.-based manufacturer of high-precision electrical connectivity components used in electric vehicle, energy management, industrial, and mobility markets. 

Under the terms of the agreement, Eaton paid $600 million for Royal Power Solutions, which represents approximately 13.6 times the company’s estimated 2022 EBITDA.

“Growth opportunities tied to the electrification of our economy are accelerating, and Eaton is fully participating through our mobility and electrical businesses,” said Heath Monesmith, President & CEO/ Industrial Sector for Eaton. “And the addition of Royal Power Solutions  enhances our ability to capitalize on this secular growth trend across our eMobility, aerospace, and electrical businesses. We are excited to welcome Royal Power Solutions to Eaton.”

Royal Power Solutions has approximately 450 employees and manufacturing facilities in Carol Stream, Illinois, and Queretaro, Mexico, along with a sales and engineering office in Canton, Michigan.

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