Carlyle to buy parts maker UIS for $800 mln-sources


NEW YORK, April 28 (Reuters) - Buyout firm Carlyle Group has reached a deal to buy auto parts maker UIS Inc. for about $800 million, expanding its portfolio of companies in the sector, people familiar with the situation said on Monday. Washington, D.C.-based Carlyle declined to comment and a woman answering the phone at UIS, based in Jersey City, New Jersey, said the office was closed. Separately, Carlyle said on Monday its specialized Key Automotive Group completed a deal to buy Breed ...

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