Schuck Corporation Acquisition Criteria

TARGET ACQUISITION CRITERIA
  • Unique product with low to medium technology processes
  • Proprietary products
  • Leadership position with market niches
  • Gross margins in excess of 25%
  • Closely-held private companies entering ownership transition
  • Corporate divestitures of non-core business units
INDUSTRY CHARACTERISTICS
  • Non-cyclical
  • Significant barriers to entry
  • Highly fragmented with potential for consolidation or preferably growth
INDUSTRIES OF INTEREST
  • Transportation/Wholesale Distribution
  • Health and Medical
  • Commercial/Residential Construction, Products and/or Services
  • Sports and Recreation
AREAS OF NO INTEREST
  • Food and Beverage
  • Start-Up Business
  • Franchises
PARAMETERS
  • Sales Volume: Businesses with annual revenues of $2 million to $20 million
  • Geography: Colorado, Rocky Mountain Region, Western US
  • Investment Size: $2 million to $10 million total enterprise value
  • Structure: Controlling ownership
  • Involvement: Directly involved in the day-to-day operations and managerial control of the acquired company.
OBJECTIVES
  • The long-term objectives will focus on the following for the acquired company:
  • More efficient production through optimum operating efficiencies
  • Consistent sales growth through cost-effective marketing strategies
  • Bottom-line profitability

Questions

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