Oaklins Smith and Williamson has advised advanced material solutions supplier Permali Gloucester Limited on its conditional sale to Diamorph.
Permali Gloucester Limited is a leading designer and manufacturer of composite and thermoplastic polyurethane material solutions.
It serves global OEMs and government organisations across a wide range of sectors including defence, aerospace, medical, and rail, supplying “bespoke” and “highly technical” products for often “mission critical applications”.
Meanwhile, Diamorph provides material solutions under a range of brands for “highly demanding environments” and is backed by Epiris, an independent private equity firm.
Philip Barker, head of industrials at Oaklins Smith and Williamson, led the transaction supported by Brian Livingston and Joseph Sherry, with further support from Oaklins’ aerospace and defence experts Stephen Perry and Jason Kimball.
Barker said: “We are delighted to have supported Permali. This transaction highlights our deep sector knowledge and technical skills to resolve difficult issues.”