Miller Johnson Represents Ashland Foundry to Close Senior Secured Credit Facility
In July 2017, Ashland Foundry & Machine Works, LLC and West Coast Foundry, LLC, as borrowers, and certain of their related affiliated entities, closed a senior secured credit facility with the PrivateBank and Trust Company. The proceeds were used to repay existing indebtedness and to fund the continued working capital needs of the companies.
Ashland Foundry is located in Ashland, Pennsylvania and manufactures complex, highly engineered steel, chrome iron and high alloy castings ranging in size from 50 pounds to 7,500 pounds primarily for OEM Pump manufacturers. West Coast Foundry provides a fully machined casting solution to its customers from facilities in Huntington Park, California.
Miller Johnson acted as legal advisor to the borrowers in the financing. Miller Johnson’s team was led by David Hall and included Anne Marie Carson (M&A and Finance), Loic Dimithe (Corporate), and Neil Williams (Tax).
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