StageAcq - Fin | Alive
About C-MAC Electronics Solutions
C-MAC Electronics Solutions is a provider of electronics solutions for extreme environments - automotive & industrial markets. The company operates three companies C-MAC Aerospace, C-MAC Automotive, and C-MAC Oil & Gas. The company serves the automotive, aerospace & defense, space, industrial, energy, and medical electronics market. In August 2001, C-MAC MicroTechnology was acquired by Solectron. The valuation of C-MAC was $2.7 billion. The company was later acquired in October 2004 by Francisco Partners and Shah Capital Partners.
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C-MAC Electronics Solutions Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was C-MAC Electronics Solutions founded?
C-MAC Electronics Solutions was founded in 1943.
Where is C-MAC Electronics Solutions's headquarters?
C-MAC Electronics Solutions's headquarters is located at Industriëlestraat 4, Ronse.
What is C-MAC Electronics Solutions's latest funding round?
C-MAC Electronics Solutions's latest funding round is Acq - Fin.
Who are the investors of C-MAC Electronics Solutions?
Investors of C-MAC Electronics Solutions include Francisco Partners, Shah Capital Partners and Solectron.
Who are C-MAC Electronics Solutions's competitors?
Competitors of C-MAC Electronics Solutions include Micro Power and 4 more.
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