The acquisition expands Naprotek’s capabilities into microelectronics packaging and PCB assembly

January 11, 2022

SAN JOSE, Calif.—Naprotek, LLC, a provider of high-reliability, quick-turn electronics manufacturing, reported that it completed the acquisition of NexLogic, Inc., a privately held provider of electronics manufacturing services (EMS) in San Jose, California. The acquisition expands Naprotek’s capabilities into microelectronics packaging and printed circuit board assembly, allowing the company to serve market demands for complex, critical applications, according to a release from Naprotek.

NexLogic, founded in 1995, provides electronics manufacturing services across key markets, including defense, medical, and test and instrumentation. The company is said to be uniquely positioned to support automated test equipment and semiconductor providers. NexLogic’s electronics manufacturing capabilities include design and development of microelectronic packaging, surface mount technology, and higher-level assemblies, along with in-house automation, test, and inspection.

“The combination of Naprotek and NexLogic, along with the recently announced acquisition of SemiGen, creates a unique mix of capabilities aligned with emerging technologies, increasing the value we deliver in partnership with our customers,” said Daniel Everitt, president and CEO of Naprotek, in the release. “Our team is now positioned to provide comprehensive electronics technology solutions for high-reliability and complex applications.”

Naprotek, acquired by Edgewater Capital Partners in December 2020, said it is committed to growth with a focus on expanding its services in high value markets.

“NexLogic brings a complementary set of capabilities to enhance the Naprotek platform strategy,” said Chris Springer, operating partner at Edgewater Capital Partners, in the release. “We are thrilled to welcome the NexLogic team into Naprotek and the broader Edgewater family.”

“As the third acquisition in support of the Naprotek strategy of building an electronics technology solutions company, we are pleased to further expand Naprotek’s presence in Silicon Valley while adding additional capabilities in microelectronics packaging to support our existing customers,” said Pete Ostergard, partner at Edgewater Capital, in the release.

Naprotek’s capabilities include quick-turn printed circuit board assembly, prototyping, RF components, advanced microelectronics, system integration, and test services. Markets served by the firm include defense, space, medical, semiconductor capital equipment, and select applications in testing, instrumentation, and advanced technology, the company said.

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