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The Company is an economical one-stop shop for customers who can find design, machining, castings, tooling and painting and superior- quality finished products under one roof. The Company served about 90 + active customers over the past three years, most of who are
aerospace and defense OEMs or suppliers to these markets. There are five long-term agreements with key customers. The majority of sales are to U.S.-based companies, with about 5% from customers located in Europe.
The decline in 2016 was an anomaly due to the loss of one major program due to redesign and completion of a large military program accompanying heavy R&D investment in proprietary foam process. Going forward, the sales of foam products are expected to make up nearly 50% of the total product mix in 2018 and 2019. Accordingly, management expects gross margins to be 40% and higher due mainly to the foam sales but also because the casting and machining projects now in the pipeline are once again higher margin jobs.
The facilities are utilizing about 50-60% of their aggregate production capacity, offering an acquirer significant growth potential. In addition, management has identified several privately-held potential acquisition targets in North America that would collectively form a $150 million + business.
The Company is a premier provider of high-value air freight brokerage and transportation services that moves approximately BRL 5 billion (USD 1.4 billion) in time-sensitive goods annually. Clients are primarily in the pharmaceutical industry, but the Company is prepared to offer services to other industries that have to ship valuable cargo such as high-end cosmetics, medical devices and electronic equipment. In addition, the Company has recently begun to offer warehousing and related logistics services, including temperature-controlled warehousing and transportation. Investments have already been made that will enable the Company to double business volume with minimal capital investment.
The Company has service contracts with its clients ranging from 2-3 years. When bidding for new and repeat business, it achieves a high win rate.
Located in one of the largest urban regions in the U.S., the Company serves five densely-populated counties, providing a broad range of medical equipment. Equipment rentals account for 92% of revenue, and sales of supplies are the remainder. Core products include electric hospital beds, wheelchairs, oxygen concentrators, oxygen tanks, aspirators, reclining chairs, over bed tables, walkers and commodes, among others.
The Company is on track to generate 2018 is $6.2 million, an increase of 11% over 2017, with approximately $2.2 million in adjusted EBITDA.
One of North America’s premier outdoor furniture brands, the Company designs and manufactures a recognized line of outdoor furniture and accessories. Products are sold through over 530 stores worldwide and on certain websites. The Company is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 46.8% and outperforms competitors on pricing for high-quality products while delivering superior value to customers and consumers.
The Company owns several proprietary designs and processes and has achieved a high level of operational efficiency by investing in automation and limiting its product line. Virtually all raw materials come from the Company’s own waste, post-industrial waste, and wide-spec and off-spec resins supplied by resin producers. The owner is willing to stay post-transaction to assist with building a new facility to accommodate significant expansion and will work with a new owner on business development.
The Company is one of the largest providers of family preservation, mental health and crisis management services in its densely populated and growing market. Last year the Company had service contracts with two area school systems totaling 41 schools, and management expects that number to increase to 48-52 schools in the 2018-2019 school year. The Company has multi-year service contract with a major state agencies.
The Company has a partnership with an outside agency to train its staff members in the use of trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy. In addition, the Company recently entered into a partnership with an IT company to explore the use of predictive analytics. The system uses feedback and voice recognition emotional scales from families and other data to help analyze family dynamics and improve services and efficiency.
The Company has experienced consistent year-over-year growth from 2015 through 2017 at a compounded annual growth rate of 7%. Based on new service lines being rolled out and an expanding geographic footprint, management projects revenues will achieve $8.5 million in 2018 and $10.2 million in 2019.