AP Materials considering sale

Through our network, we have learned that AP Materials, manufacturer of a wide variety of metal and ceramic nanoparticles, is in the midst of negotiating its possible sale. Though the potential buyer is unclear at this time, we suspect that this acquisition mirrors previous investments by large corp...

This research is archived and therefore no longer available. For further assistance please contact your Customer Success Manager or email ClientEngagementTeam@luxresearchinc.com. Thank you!

Related Research

Another SPAC deal! 3D scanning company Matterport to go public

News Commentary | February 19, 2021

Apparently, the 2020 SPAC craze is continuing. The deal, which values Matterport at $2.3 billion, will close in Q2 2021. The company has developed an end‑to‑end media platform that uses a combination of 3D scanning, software, and cloud services to create digital representations of real places. Prior... Not part of subscription

TDK Ventures closes $150 million VC fund to build on the success of its first fund

News Commentary | April 19, 2021

TDK Ventures will continue to focus on cleantech, advanced materials, robotics, autonomous vehicles, and healthcare. Since 2019, the fund has been involved in approximately $500 million in deals across 14 startups (based on publicly disclosed deals), including GenCell, Origin, and SLD Laser, which ... Not part of subscription

Bright Machines microfactories boosted by $435 million SPAC combination

News Commentary | May 19, 2021

Bright Machines continues the trend of startups following the novel funding route of merging with a public special‑purpose acquisition company (SPAC). The company is among the first to bring an industrial automation platform to the SPAC market, following 3DP companies Velo3D and Desktop Metal. ... Not part of subscription