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NEW YORK – Dec. 28, 2022 – A multioffice team of attorneys from global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP represented Stellex Capital Management LLC in the recapitalization of A. Stucki Company.

Shareholder Oscar N. Pinkas, alongside other attorneys, worked with Stellex, a private equity firm that seeks to deploy capital into solutions that offer the opportunity to provide stability, improvement, and growth for its partners. Stellex focuses on specialty manufacturing, aerospace and defense, industrial and business services, transportation, automotive, logistics, government services, and food.

The transaction, which was completed Nov. 23, constituted an investment in Stucki, a supplier of springs, bearings, machined components, and other products, as well as logistics and critical remanufacturing services to the rail industry.

Pinkas was assisted by Shareholders Christopher L. Bell, Todd E. Bowen, Kyle R. Junik, Justin F. Keith, Mindy B. Leathe, Noam Lipshitz, Stephen M. Pepper, Andrew S. Ryerson, Chad D. Striker, A.J. Tibbetts, John Voorhees, Natasha L. Wilson, and Jeffrey M. Wolf, and Associates Marc D. Brown, Megan Eckel, Eran Levy, and Artie Shaykevich.

Pinkas is chair of the firm’s New YorkRestructuring & Bankruptcy Practice and a member of the Corporate and Finance Practices. He focuses his corporate practice on the representation of sponsors and their portfolio companies in mergers, acquisitions, and other equity- and debt-based transactions. He has deep experience advising sponsors in performance improvements and operational turnarounds, and is recognized as a top mergers and acquisitions, finance and turnaround professional. Pinkas also regularly counsels clients on general corporate governance, shareholder relationships, and a variety of commercial and operational matters.

About Greenberg Traurig’s Mergers & Acquisitions Practice: Public and private companies around the world turn to Greenberg Traurig for their M&A transactions. The firm advises clients in a variety of business combinations, across industries and deal sizes, from middle-market transactions to multi-billion-dollar deals. The firm’s vast experience with cross-border transactions includes advising companies and entrepreneurs throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. To learn more about Greenberg Traurig’s Mergers & Acquisitions Practice, click here.

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