CHICAGO – Masuda, Funai, Eifert & Mitchell, Ltd. represented CCI Manufacturing Illinois Corporation (CCI) on its acquisition of a site in Northern Alabama for the development of its new, $21.5M state of the art automotive fluids production facility. The facility will be Lawrence County’s first automotive supplier and create approximately 23 new jobs.
“We’ve represented CCI for many years and are excited about the successful completion of this acquisition after a lengthy, multi-state search,” said Principal Keith Groebe, leader of the team of firm professionals who handled the transaction. “We believe our clients appreciate our expertise in assisting them in strategically establishing their facilities throughout the U.S.” Other team members who were instrumental in achieving a positive result for our client were Michael Bedell and Jessica Tullier.
Headquartered in Japan, CCI is a Tier 1 auto supplier that develops, manufactures and sells car chemicals, car care products, resin and rubber products, soundproofing materials, vibration control materials and high-performance ceramics. Since its founding in 1949, CCI has been developing high-quality brake fluids based on accident investigation and on-going research.
Masuda Funai is a full-service corporate law firm, headquartered in Chicago, representing clients operating and investing throughout the United States. With legal professionals located in Chicago, Schaumburg and Los Angeles, the firm services clients in every aspect of business, including: establishing, acquiring, and financing operations; ownership, development and leasing of real estate; employment, labor, and benefits counseling; dispute resolution; intellectual property rights; business litigation; patent and other intellectual property litigation; creditors' rights; business risk management; legal and regulatory compliance; and structuring the distribution and sale of goods and services throughout the U.S. Masuda Funai services a diverse client base across many industries, including real estate, finance; manufacturing; transportation and logistics; construction and development; professional services; electronics and technology; food, pharma and consumer products; and investment.
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