Defense aerospace platform ETI Mission Controls LLC has completed its acquisition of Ohio, US-based aerospace and Department of Defense provider Starwin Industries, Inc., the company said.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
With broad engineering and manufacturing capabilities for both composite and metal components, Starwin will become a sister company to ETI Tech LLC, a long-standing supplier to the fixed and rotary wing military aircraft industry.
ETI Mission Controls, ETI Mission Controls LLC, a Simon Group Holdings company, is a defense aerospace platform, was formed in 2017 by Soaring Pine Capital (a Simon Group Holdings entity), Wells Fargo, Comerica Bank and ETI executives Bill McLendon and Jeff Hartman.
Founded in 1978, Starwin is a provider of more than 250 components and assemblies for military aircraft, naval vessels and support equipment for the aerospace and defense industries.
Simon Group Holdings was established in 1985 with the founding of Atlas Oil company by Sam Simon. SGH has over 120 companies and direct investments, 3,000 customers and over 1,000 team members. Its growth is fueled through digital disruption and by investing in operationally experienced entrepreneurs who have a vision and hunger to reinvent their respective industries.