KKR-backed Sapphiros acquires tech manufacturer Flexotronix

Sapphiros is a consumer diagnostics company.

  • Flexotronix was founded by Jeremey Burbidge and Dr. Bob Stevens
  • Burbidge is CEO of Flexotronix
  • Founded in 1976, KKR is based in New York City

Sapphiros, which is backed by KKR and Neoenta, has acquired Flexotronix Limited, a developer of high volume manufacturing technologies and flexoprinted electronics. No financial terms were disclosed.

Sapphiros is a consumer diagnostics company.

“We are extremely excited to be part of Sapphiros and have an aligned vision to deliver transformative consumer diagnostics,” said Jeremy Burbidge, CEO of Flexotronix, in a statement.

Flexotronix was founded by Jeremey Burbidge and Dr. Bob Stevens.
Founded in 1976, KKR is based in New York City. The private equity firm seeks to invest in multiple sectors that include business products, business services, consumer products, consumer services, energy, financial services, infrastructure, healthcare and information technology.