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Stratasys and Desktop Steel obtain second info request from DOJ’s Antitrust Division



Stratasys and Desktop Steel have acquired a request for extra info from the Antitrust Division of america Division of Justice, in reference to the merger settlement between the 2 corporations.

A submitting with america Securities and Change Fee (SEC) detailed that on August 18, 2023, the businesses acquired the request for extra info, also referred to as a “second request”, from the DOJ below the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Antitrust Enhancements Act of 1976.

In line with the Federal Commerce Commision (FTC), if the FTC or DOJ seeks further info via a second request, then by legislation the corporations are forbid from consummating a transaction till the businesses have “considerably complied” with the extra investigatory request.

The submitting acknowledged that issuance of the second request extends the ready interval imposed by the HSR Act till 30 days after Stratasys and Desktop Steel have considerably complied, except the interval for evaluation is terminated earlier by the DOJ.

After rejecting a number of takeover makes an attempt from Nano Dimension, Stratasys introduced it had entered into an settlement with Desktop Steel to merge in a deal value 1.8 billion USD on Might 25, 2023. Lower than every week later, 3D Techniques made an try to accumulate Stratasys, an try that was finally rejected.

After a second bid was rejected, a 3rd bid from 3D Techniques on July 13 would see Stratasys enter discussions with the corporate, regardless of the Desktop Steel merger settlement, and say that the brand new supply would “moderately be anticipated” to end in a “superior proposal” to the Desktop Steel merger.


Learn extra:

An entire timeline of the Stratasys + Nano Dimension + Desktop Steel + 3D Techniques story (thus far)

Stratasys and Desktop Steel to merge in deal value $1.8 billion

Stratasys & Desktop Steel: What we all know thus far

7 issues we discovered from Stratasys & Desktop Steel’s Joint Transaction Buyers Name

TCT Interview – Stratasys CEO Yoav Zeif particulars the technique behind Desktop Steel merger

3D Techniques submits third Stratasys takeover supply, value $2 billion

Stratasys to enter discussions with 3D Techniques regardless of Desktop Steel merger settlement




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