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SAM completes acquisition of JW Kane

Posted 4 March 2019 · Add Comment

Singapore Aerospace Manufacturing Pte Ltd (SAM) has completed its acquisition of JW Kane Precision Limited (JW Kane).



The acquisition of JW Kane, being a company incorporated and domiciled in Northern Ireland, strengthens and expands SAM’s global operations and presence in the United Kingdom and Europe.

“We are very excited to become part of the SAM family. Throughout the acquisition process, we could feel the synergy, vibe and energy working between our teams and it was a beautiful representation of the desired ‘beyond expectations’ performance that customers can anticipate from the new organisation. Never are we more certain of
our capability to support customer demand and execute on our strategic growth objectives as part of the larger SAM group”, said Damian McArdle, JW Kane MD.

“JW Kane is a terrific fit for SAM’s aggressive global growth strategy. With our plan to grow the capabilities and capacities in JW Kane, we will be able to offer more value added solutions to our customers in United Kingdom / Europe and the rest of the world” said Jeffrey Goh, SAM CEO and President

JW Kane is a provider of supply chain solutions to the global Aerostructures industry. Founded in 1984 by Mr James Walker Kane MBE and located in Northern Ireland, JW Kane utilise high speed machining technologies coupled with engineering know-how.

SAM is a company incorporated and domiciled in the Republic of Singapore, providing precision engineering and equipment integration serving the global aerospace and industrial equipment arena. The SAM Group of Companies have established operations in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, China and Germany.

With the Northern Ireland acquisition SAM continues its push into UK / Europe to secure new markets and establish new facilities.

 

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