MidMark Capital Mergers and Acquisitions Summary

Private Equity Profile

MidMark Capital’s most common sectors for investment are manufacturing (31%) and automotive (8%). The Firm’s most common investment types include buyout (lbo, mbo, mbi) (54%) and growth capital (16%). In total, MidMark Capital has invested in 6 US states and 2 different countries. Its largest (disclosed) acquisition occurred in 2009 when it acquired AVOCarbon SAS for $23M.

The Firm’s most common exit type is trade sale (50%). MidMark Capital’s largest (disclosed) exit occurred in 2012 when it sold DynaSys SA for $7M.

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M&A Summary

  • M&A Total Activity24
    • M&A Buy Activity12
    • M&A Sell Activity12
  • Total Sectors Invested 10
  • Total Countries Invested 2
  • M&A Buy/Sell Connections 24

MidMark Capital

177 Madison Avenue,
Morristown, New Jersey 07960
United States
(973) 971-9960
www.midmarkcapital.com
info@midmarkcapital.com

MidMark Capital is a private equity investment firm focused on acquiring mid-sized manufacturing companies. The Firm generally looks to acquire controlling interests in standalone businesses from private and corporate owners, however the MidMark will also make significant equity investments in rapidly growing businesses. MidMark typically acts as the lead investor when pursuing transactions. MidMark Capital was formed in 1989 and is based in Morristown, New Jersey.


Investment Criteria

Sectors of Interest: Automotive, Business Services, Consumer Products, Consumer Services, Distribution, Electrical Equipment, Electronics, Environmental, Healthcare Services, Information Technology, Leisure, Machinery, Manufacturing, Media, Packaging, Renewable Energy, Software, Staffing

Target Transaction Types: Buyout (LBO, MBO, MBI), Divestiture, Growth Capital, Secondary Buyout, Stake Purchase, Venture

Geographic Preferences: East US, Midwest US, South US, West US, Canada, Western Europe, Eastern Europe

Transaction Criteria Min Max
Target Revenue 20 200
Target EBITDA - -
Investment Size - -
Enterprise Value - -
values in millions of USD

M&A Summary

Buy vs Sell

Year ≤ '15 '16 '17 '18 '19 '20 T
Buy (0.0/yr) # 12 - - - - - 12
vol $23M $23M
Sell (0.6/yr) # 9 2 1 - - - 12
vol $7M $7M
  24

Most Recent M&A

Company Date Value Type
PromptCare, Inc. 2017-03-09 - Secondary Buyout
Clark, New Jersey · www.promptcare.net
General Products Corp. 2016-09-08 - Add-on Acquisition
Livona, Michigan · www.general-products.com
TCR Engineered Components LLC 2016-08-25 - Unknown
Minneapolis, Minnesota · www.tcr-corp.com
MRI Flexible Packaging Company 2014-09-18 - Add-on Acquisition
Newtown, Pennsylvania · www.mriflex.com
DynaSys SA 2012-06-07 7M EUR Add-on Acquisition
Schiltigheim, France · www.dys.com
WHI Solutions, Inc. 2012-05-18 - Add-on Acquisition
Rye Brook, New York · www.whisolutions.com
Universal Environmental Services LLC 2011-12-27 - Divestiture
Peachtree City, Georgia · www.universalenvironmentalservices.com
PromptCare, Inc. 2011-03-31 - Growth Capital
Clark, New Jersey · www.promptcare.net
Consolidated Aviation Services 2011-03-31 - Secondary Buyout
Jamaica, New York · www.casusa.com
Cinedigm Corp. 2009-08-11 - Stake Purchase
New York, New York · www.cinedigm.com
View All >>

M&A by Sector

Sector Current # Value All-time # Value
Manufacturing 1 (50%) 23M (100%) 4 (31%) 23M (100%)
Automotive - - 1 (8%) -
Business Services - - 1 (8%) -
Consumer Products - - 1 (8%) -
Electronics - - 1 (8%) -
Healthcare Services - - 1 (8%) -
Information Technology - - 1 (8%) -
Media 1 (50%) - 1 (8%) -
Software - - 1 (8%) -
Transportation - - 1 (8%) -
Total 2 $23M 13 $23M

Acquisitions By Geo

State/Country Current # Value All-time # Value
United States 1 (50%) - 11 (85%) -
  New York 1 (50%) - 6 (46%) -
  Texas - - 1 (8%) -
  New Jersey - - 1 (8%) -
  Minnesota - - 1 (8%) -
  Michigan - - 1 (8%) -
  Massachusetts - - 1 (8%) -
France 1 (50%) 23M (100%) 2 (15%) 23M (100%)
Domestic 1 (50%) - 11 (85%) -
Cross-border 1 (50%) 23M (100%) 2 (15%) 23M (100%)
Total 2 $23M 13 $23M

Acquisitions by Deal Type

Type Current # Value All-time # Value
Buyout (LBO, MBO, MBI) 1 (50%) 23M (100%) 7 (54%) 23M (100%)
Growth Capital - - 2 (15%) -
Stake Purchase 1 (50%) - 2 (15%) -
Divestiture - - 1 (8%) -
Recapitalization - - 1 (8%) -
Total 2 $23M 13 $23M

Exits by Deal Type

Type Total # Value
Trade Sale - Public Company 5 (42%) 7M (100%)
Secondary Sale 3 (25%) -
Trade Sale 2 (17%) -
Recapitalization 1 (8%) -
Unknown 1 (8%) -
Total 12 $7M

Deal Values

buy # Total
< $100M 1 $23M
TOTAL $23M
Largest AVOCarbon SAS
$23M (2009-04-30)
sell # Total
< $100M 1 $7M
TOTAL $7M
Largest DynaSys SA
$7M (2012-06-07)

M&A Connections

Deals %
Acquired from
PE Firm(s)
80%
4 80%
Strategic(s)
20%
1 20%
Exited to
PE Firm(s)
36%
4 36%
Strategic(s)
64%
7 64%

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