The Construction Supply platform is a national leader in the distribution of construction materials, accessories and tools, primarily for professional concrete and masonry contractors in the United States and Canada. Formed through the combination of Brock White and Border, the company has 39 branches with 625 employees and offer over 40,000 SKUs for nearly 20,000 customers. The company is held in Fund IV.

Lynx FBO Network provides fuel, ramp and other services to the general aviation industry. Lynx currently has locations in Destin, Florida and Aurora, Oregon. The company is held in Fund IV.

North American / Evergreen Industrial Services is a leading provider of industrial cleaning and related specialty cleaning services to a diverse set of end markets in the United States, including Refining, Power Generation, Petrochemical, Manufacturing, Mining, Waste to Energy, and Paper. North American / Evergreen was formed through the simultaneous acquisitions of the two legacy businesses, North American Industrial Services and Evergreen Industrial Services in June 2016. The company is held in Fund IV.

Highline Aftermarket is a manufacturer and distributor of packaged automotive chemicals, lubricants, and parts, which it sells to independent distributors, quick lube shops, jobbers, wholesalers, and multiple retail channels. Highline Aftermarket was formed through the simultaneous acquisitions of the two legacy businesses, DYK Automotive and Auto Aftermarket Holdings Corporation in April 2016. The company is held in Fund III.

Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, ProcessBarron is a leading provider of custom turn-key air and material handling solutions to a variety of industries including utility providers and pulp, paperboard, metals and cement producers. The company designs, engineers, fabricates, installs, maintains and repairs equipment critical in powering industrial plants in a variety of end markets. ProcessBarron is held in Fund III.

Headquartered in Buffalo, New York, Specified Air Solutions designs and manufactures specialty commercial and industrial HVAC equipment as well as industrial process and finishing equipment. The company’s diverse product offering is utilized in a range of niche market applications, primarily in manufacturing facilities, warehouses, vehicle service shops, educational facilities, commercial offices, energy terminals, chicken houses and retail establishments. Specified Air is held in Fund III.

Headquartered in Belton, Missouri, Safe Fleet provides safety-and productivity-oriented components to the emergency vehicle, truck and trailer, utility vehicle, school bus, and transit bus end markets. Safe Fleet was formed through the simultaneous acquisitions of ROM Corporation and Specialty Manufacturing in 2013. The company’s value-added products focus on enhancing worker safety and productivity and are characterized by their durability, reliability, and versatility in usage and application. Safe Fleet is held in Fund III.

CST Industries, Inc. (CST) is a leading global manufacturer and erector of factory coated metal storage tanks. CST is the largest manufacturer of bolted tanks and glass-fused-to-steel tanks and also manufactures shop welded tanks, aluminum domes and covers and agricultural feed and waste storage systems. CST serves numerous end markets including water, wastewater, fire protection, oilfield, agriculture, industrial liquid, plastics, chemicals, minerals, food, construction materials and energy. CST’s manufacturing facilities are located in Parsons, Kansas; DeKalb, Illinois; Winchester, Tennessee; Rincon, Georgia; Conroe, Texas and the United Kingdom. The CST investment is held in Fund II.

Headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, DexKo Global is a leading designer and manufacturer of trailer axle, brake and suspension assemblies and related replacement parts used primarily in the industrial and utility trailer and RV markets in North America. DexKo Global is held in Fund III.

Saxco, headquartered in Horsham, PA, is the leading value-added distributor of rigid packaging products for the wine, spirits and craft beer markets in North America. With an operating history that spans more than seven decades, the company distributes glass bottles and other packaging products to a customer base of more than 2,000 wineries, distillers, brewers and specialty food manufacturers. These customers depend on Saxco to provide access to a broad selection of packaging products and services from a single-source at a lower total cost than they could achieve by buying direct from packaging and bottle manufacturers. The company has a broad network of sales offices and distribution facilities across the US, Canada and select international locations. The Saxco investment is held in Fund III.