October 21, 2016 7:44 PM ET


Company Overview of Culligan International Company

Company Overview

Culligan International Company engages in the manufacture and distribution of water filtration and treatment systems for residential, office, commercial, and industrial applications. It offers pre-treatment solutions, industrial membrane solutions, deionization solutions, storage solutions, distribution solutions, and accessories; on-site surveys, analysis, and expert services; delivery, installation, and maintenance of water treatment solutions; in-home and lab water testing services; bottled water delivery for home and office, bottle-less and traditional water coolers, and drinking water systems; commercial water filtration systems; and franchise opportunities. The company serves food and ...

9399 West Higgins Road

Suite 1100

Rosemont, IL 60018

United States

Founded in 1936





Key Executives for Culligan International Company

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 50
Chief Financial Officer
Executive Vice President
Director of Channel Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Culligan International Company Key Developments

Advent International Reportedly Nears Deal To Acquire Culligan

Advent International Corporation is nearing a deal to acquire Culligan International Company from Centerbridge Partners, L.P. or more than $900 million, including debt, people familiar with the matter said. Advent prevailed in an auction for Culligan that attracted the interest of other private equity firms, as well as Pentair plc (NYSE:PNR), the people said on October 11, 2016. A deal could be announced as early as this week, the people said, cautioning that an agreement has not been finalized and the outcome could still change. The sources asked not to be identified because the negotiations are confidential. Culligan, Advent, Centerbridge and Pentair did not immediately respond to requests for comment, Reuters reported.

BWT Eyeing Culligan

BWT AG (WBAG:BWT) may acquire Culligan International Company. The company is currently in discussions regarding a potential acquisition of Culligan. According to the news report, as on date, BWT has not entered into any binding agreement regarding transaction and it is unclear whether any binding agreement will be achieved. It added that financing of transaction could also comprise a capital increase of BWT. According to the report, suggested share price for such capital increase should be no more than €19.50 per share.

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