CVG receives B2 credit rating from Moody’s Investors Service


NEW ALBANY, Ohio, June 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – CVG (NASDAQ: CVGI) (“CVG” or the “Company”) today announced that Moody’s Investors Service (“Moody’s”) has assigned a B2 rating to its new senior secured credit facilities with a stable outlook.

Chris Bohnert, Chief Financial Officer, said: “We are pleased with the new borrowing facility and consistent ratings from Moody’s. The new credit facility entered into in April 2021 provides increased flexibility as we expand into new end markets with the goal of accelerating CVG’s growth while reducing the historical cyclicality of the Company. Our expansion into the warehouse automation and electric vehicle markets opens CVG to secular growth markets and we continue to examine market and product expansion opportunities as we strive to transform our business.

Moody’s rating actions reflect the neutral nature of the leverage of the refinancing of CVG in April 2021 with debt in the same category. The proceeds of CVG’s new bank term loan and a portion of the cash have fully repaid the senior bank credit facility maturing in 2023. CVG’s new capital structure extends debt maturities until 2026 and also improves generating free cash flow by reducing cash interest expense by approximately $ 12 million per year.

Investor contact:
Christopher Bohnert, Chief Financial Officer
[email protected]
(614) 289-0414

About CVG

CVG is a global supplier of components and assemblies in two main end markets: the global vehicle market and the US technology integrator markets. The company supplies components and assemblies to global automakers to build original equipment and supplies aftermarket products to fleet owners. The company also supplies mechanical assemblies to warehouse automation integrators and US military technology integrators. Information on the Company and its products is available on the Internet at

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