Knox & Co. Advises Kyosha, Ltd. of Japan
on Wind-down, Closure and Relocation of Facility
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CT, November 17th, 2006 – Knox & Co., a leading
investment bank for middle-market and cross-border mergers and acquisitions
announced today that it acted as exclusive financial advisor to Kyosha,
Ltd., of Japan for its recent wind-down, closure and relocation of
its U.S. subsidiary, Kyosha America Corporation and related Maquiladora
facility in Tijuana, Mexico, Kyosha de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
The Kyosha facility in Tijuana was a manufacturer of single-sided,
Printed Circuit Boards, and supplied the majority of its product
to other Japanese-owned corporations along the “Maquiladora
corridor.” A substantial portion of the company’s machinery
and equipment was moved to Asia, where the product will now be
Mark S. Campbell, Vice President with Knox & Co. was lead banker
on the project. He was assisted by Iichiro Takahashi, also a Vice
President of Knox.
Knox & Co. is an investment banking, consultancy and advisory
firm specializing in two complementary advisory disciplines: Investment
Banking and Corporate Reorganization. The firm undertakes assignments
throughout North America and, when necessary, abroad. Knox & Co.
conducts its securities-related business through its wholly owned
subsidiary, Knox Securities Corp., member NASD. In addition, the
firm enjoys strategic alliances with major Asian financial institutions,
including Mitsubishi UFJ Securities Co., Ltd.
Knox & Co. (www.knoxandco.com)
has advised on more than 150 middle-market merger and acquisition
and financial advisory assignments since its inception.
Mark S. Campbell