On Jan. 4 in Dallas, U.S.-based J. Sloan & Co. announced the sale of Pumps and Controls, a U.S. wholesale water treatment equipment supplier owned by Peninsula Capital Partners and Ridge Capital Partners management.
The buyer was an industry company with engineering expertise, technical support, and service capabilities for a wide range of products, including air equipment, pumps, valves, process controls, industrial automation, and more. The name of the buyer was not disclosed.
The sale was led by investment firm J. Sloan & Co. Capital Times experts provided professional help with analytical research for the deal. Capital Times, along with J. Sloan & Co. are members of the Globalscope Partners international M&A network.
“We are grateful to the management team at J. Sloan & Co. for the opportunity to participate in this transaction. We had an opportunity to adopt the experience of Globalscope Partners and increase our own competences. Our participation in the transaction proves once again the high expertise of Ukrainian specialists, whose services are in high demand even in the hardest times,” commented Dmitry Baranovsky, Investment Banking Director at Capital Times.
Pumps and Controls is a wholesaler of water treatment equipment founded in 1986. It is based in Arlington, Texas. According to J. Sloan & Co. Mr. John R. Sloan, the transaction came at a unique and important time of consolidation in the industry.
About J. Sloan & Co.
J. Sloan & Co. – is a boutique investment firm based in Dallas. It sells, buys, and raises financing for businesses on behalf of private companies. Its portfolio includes numerous M&A deals with major international banks, public and private debt funds, private equity funds, high-net-worth individuals, and family offices both nationally and internationally.
About Capital Times
For more than 17 years, Capital Times has provided its clients with high-quality services and impeccable execution in buying and selling companies, raising financing, advising on strategic issues, maximizing business value, and restructuring debt. It has successfully completed 37 M&A transactions, raised nearly $90 million in loans, and completed more than 220 consulting projects in 13 industries.
Capital Times’ exclusive membership in Globalscope Partners’ worldwide network of investment bankers (55+ countries, 220+ deals worth 18+ billion USD in 2022) enables Capital Times’ clients to efficiently attract foreign investors and lenders, and find acquisition targets abroad.