Problem: Private equity platform company Pro Mach, Inc. has a mandate to grow through acquisitions of other companies involved in manufacturing, supplying and servicing automated consumer packaging equipment. The acquisitions may be made in the United States, Canada and overseas. Pro Mach’s strategy involves acquiring companies with sales revenue generally between $10 million and $50 million. Costs are a concern given the size of the deals, but transactions in that range often involve legal and technical issues every bit as complex and challenging as much larger ones.
Solution: We work closely with Pro Mach to deliver closed deals on time and on budget by using a variety of Thompson Hine techniques, including:
Our approach allows us to help Pro Mach implement its core acquisition strategy, delivering projects on time and cost effectively, and enhancing shareholder value, completing 16 transactions in the past seven years.
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