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Hudson Products Holdings, Inc. Completes the Acquisition of Smithco Engineering, Inc. and Metal Services, Inc.
Houston, TX (June 15, 2007) – Hudson Products Holdings, Inc. (Hudson), a global manufacturer of air-cooled heat exchangers and axial-flow fans, announced today that it has closed the acquisition of Smithco Engineering, Inc. and Metal Services, Inc., (collectively Smithco). The Sterling Group, L.P., a Houston-based private equity firm, is the majority owner of Hudson. Smithco, based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, manufactures large-scale air-cooled heat exchangers. Products include both forced and induced-draft heat exchangers which are sold to customers such as oil refineries, gas processors, gas transmission pipelines, power generation plants, utilities and chemical processing plants. Smithco was previously owned by Judy Smith of Laguna Beach, California. “I am pleased to welcome Smithco to the Hudson family,” said Chris Yunkun, CEO of …
HOUSTON, TX (December 8, 2006) – The Sterling Group, L.P. (“Sterling”), a Houston-based private equity firm, today announced that it has finalized the acquisition of Hudson Products Corporation (“Hudson” or the “Company”). The Company, headquartered in Sugarland, Texas, was an affiliate of Madison Capital Partners (“Madison”), a Chicago-based investment firm. Hudson is one of the world’s leading heat transfer solutions firms providing air-cooled heat exchangers and axial-flow fans to some of the largest processors in the petroleum, natural gas, power generation, petrochemical and chemical industries. Hudson’s manufacturing facilities are located in Beasley, TX, Pombia, Italy, and Monterrey, Mexico. “As part of Madison over these past four years, Hudson has begun to realize its full potential. Madison’s influence has played a …
HOUSTON, TX (September 29, 2006) – The Sterling Group, L.P. (“Sterling”), a Houston-based private equity firm and The Stephens Group, LLC of Little Rock, Arkansas (“Stephens”, and together, the “Investors”), today announced that they have finalized the acquisition of a majority stake in BTEC Turbines LP (“BTEC”). The acquisition was financed with equity and debt capital provided equally by the Investors. Headquartered in a 200,000 square foot facility on the Houston Ship Channel, BTEC specializes in the refurbishment, repair and packaging of large gas turbines as well as turnkey power plant design, construction, commissioning and support (“EPC”). BTEC was founded in 1997 by current CEO and significant shareholder Mike Boyce with whom Sterling and Stephens are partnering. BTEC has worked …