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Medical Device CDMO M&A: KKR Sells Minnesota Rubber and Plastics (~10x Synergy-Adjusted EBITDA)

Trelleborg Group, a global leader in engineered polymer solutions, has acquired Minnesota Rubber and Plastics (MRP) for $950 million on a cash and debt-free basis from investment firm KKR. With approximately $220 million in LTM revenue, the deal implies a multiple of 4.3x revenue. MRP is a leading US-based manufacturer of custom elastomeric and thermoplastic components. The company has a strong track record of innovation and growth, and it serves a wide range of customers in the medical device, automotive, aerospace, and other industries.

Medical Device CDMO and Components EBITDA Multiples

According to reporting from Private Equity Professional, the deal implies a multiple of approximately 10x EBITDA including future synergies. The synergy-adjusted EBITDA figure is not directly comparable to the majority of deals in the Scope database, so what looks like a lower-end multiple may actually be closer to or above the median for medical device CDMO and components deals.

Medical Device CDMO and Components EBITDA Multiples
Medical Device CDMO and Components EBITDA Multiples

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