Business Acquisitions (Notes)
|6 Months Ended|
Mar. 31, 2017
|Business Combinations [Abstract]|
|Business Combination Disclosure [Text Block]||
We incurred $0.3 and $0.6 of business acquisition and integration costs during the three and six months ended March 31, 2017, and $1.1 and $2.8 for the same periods in the prior year, recorded in operating expenses.
We completed the acquisition of Abel Pumps LP and Abel GmbH & Co. KG and certain of their affiliates (collectively “Abel”) on October 2, 2015 for €95 in cash. We utilized borrowings under our $700.0 revolving credit facility and $180.0 term loan (together, the “Facility”) to fund this acquisition. Based in Büchen, Germany, Abel is a globally-recognized leader in positive displacement pumps. Abel specializes in designing, developing, and manufacturing piston and piston diaphragm pumps as well as pumping solutions and in providing related parts and service. This equipment is sold under the ABEL® Pump Technology brand into the power generation, wastewater treatment, mining, general industry, and marine markets. The results of Abel are reported in our Process Equipment Group segment for the relevant periods.
Based on the final purchase allocation, we recorded goodwill of $36, and acquired identifiable intangible assets of $58, which consisted of $5 of trade names not subject to amortization, $9 of developed technology, $3 of backlog, and $41 of customer relationships. In addition, we recorded $14 of net tangible assets, primarily working capital. Goodwill is deductible for tax purposes in Germany. Supplemental proforma information has not been provided as the acquisition did not have a material impact on consolidated results of operations.
On February 1, 2016, we completed the acquisition of Red Valve Company, Inc. (“Red Valve”) for $130.4 in cash, net of certain adjustments. We utilized borrowings under our Facility to fund this acquisition. Based in Carnegie, Pennsylvania, Red Valve is a global leader in highly-engineered valves designed to operate in the harshest municipal and industrial wastewater environments. Its products support mission critical applications in water/wastewater, power and mining, and other general industrial markets. The results of Red Valve are reported in our Process Equipment Group segment for the relevant periods.
Based on the final purchase allocation, we recorded goodwill of $59, and acquired identifiable intangible assets of $61, which consisted of $4 of trade names not subject to amortization, $8 of developed technology, $1 of backlog, and $48 of customer relationships. In addition, we recorded $10 of net tangible assets, primarily working capital. Goodwill is deductible for tax purposes. Supplemental proforma information has not been provided as the acquisition did not have a material impact on consolidated results of operations.
Both of these acquisitions continue Hillenbrand’s strategy to transform into a world-class global diversified industrial company by increasing our ability to expand into new markets and geographies within the highly attractive flow control space. The fair value of these acquisitions did not ascribe a significant amount to tangible assets as our strategy is to acquire companies with a relatively low physical asset base in order to limit the need to invest significant additional cash post-acquisition.
The entire disclosure for a business combination (or series of individually immaterial business combinations) completed during the period, including background, timing, and recognized assets and liabilities. The disclosure may include leverage buyout transactions (as applicable).
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