A leading independent energy services and facility solutions provider to the municipal, university, school and hospital, and commercial and industrial end markets in the United States.
A leader in the distribution of pest control products and services. The company offers a broad range of pesticides and rodent control devices to a diverse customer base of thousands of local service providers within the structural pest control, public health, turf & ornamental, wildlife management, industrial vegetation management, post-harvest and hay product end markets.
The second largest non-franchised provider of property restoration and reconstruction services to commercial and residential end markets in the United States.
A leading regional quick service restaurant (“QSR”) serving Southern-inspired food in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, and Mississippi. The company has built a highly-differentiated concept within QSR by offering a diverse mix of high-quality, value-focused menu items across all dayparts with exceptional, friendly customer service.
A leading independent provider of aftermarket in-shop and field services based maintenance and repair solutions for heavy-frame industrial gas turbines, primarily serving the electric utility industry.
A leading same-day ground courier that specializes in on-demand, expedited transportation and logistics services for customers with time-critical shipment needs.
A leading designer and manufacturer of radio frequency and microwave components and subsystems. The company’s products enable secure, reliable communication and detection in harsh environments and regulated applications primarily across Aerospace, Defense, and Space markets.
Valued-added distributor of mission-critical consumable metalworkings and industrial MRO products
Leading marketer and supplier of auto aftermarket drivetrain, exhaust and tuning parts
A leading provider of Complex Rehabilitation Technology (“CRT”) mobility solutions in the U.S., offering complex power and manual wheelchairs and other related products to adults and children with permanent
ambulatory disabilities (“end-users”).