Bloomfield Hills’ TriMas to Acquire RSA Engineered Products in California

TriMas in Bloomfield Hills has signed an agreement to acquire RSA Engineered Products in California, a manufacturer of products for air management systems used in aerospace and defense applications. The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter. Financial terms were not disclosed.
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TriMas has acquired RSA Engineered Products. // Photo courtesy of RSA Engineered Products

TriMas in Bloomfield Hills has signed an agreement to acquire RSA Engineered Products in California, a manufacturer of products for air management systems used in aerospace and defense applications. The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter. Financial terms were not disclosed.

RSA offers air ducting products, connectors, flexible joints, ozone converters, machined assemblies, and more products predominantly used in aerospace and defense engine bleed air, anti-icing, and environmental control system applications. Upon closing, the company will become part of the TriMas aerospace segment.

“We are excited to announce the acquisition of RSA Engineered Products, which will enhance the breadth of TriMas aerospace’s product line offering,” says Thomas Amato, president and CEO of TriMas. “RSA also increases our position in the defense and business jet markets, as well as adds to our aerospace and defense aftermarket capabilities.”

RSA’s facility has about 100 employees who will remain in their positions. It offers engineering, testing, and manufacturing capabilities and generates about $32 million in annual revenue. The majority of the company’s sales are through military, commercial, regional, and business jet end markets.

TriMas is a global manufacturer and provider of products for customers predominantly in the consumer products, aerospace, and industrial end markets. It has about 3,400 employees in 11 countries.

RSA is a portfolio company of Merit Capital Partners and Cornerstone Capital Holdings. Houlihan Lokey served as financial adviser for the deal, and Much Shelist P.C. served as legal adviser to RSA.

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