partnerships

Sterling is focused on making majority investments in manufacturing, distribution and industrial services businesses and is interested in exploring partnerships of all sizes.

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Construction Supply Group

Sterling has executed a strategy to bring together multiple leading regional and local construction supply distributors.

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2

Specified Air Solutions

Sterling added key team members and worked to centralize several, unintegrated legacy businesses and take better advantage of company’s scale.

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3

American Bath Group

Together, Sterling and the Stonecipher brothers combined five different manufacturers to create the second largest bathtub company in the US.

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4

Highline Aftermarket

Sterling shared the vision of creating a national leader that would be best in class, both commercially and operationally. Sterling was prepared to do the complicated transactional work of concurrently acquiring and immediately merging the two companies.

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5

DexKo Global

Sterling and management worked together to further improve already strong operating practices and complete 10 acquisitions.

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6

B&G Crane Service

Together, Sterling and the family developed a plan to expand into Texas, a new geography for the company.

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7

Liqui-Box

Liqui-Box was the fourth business Sterling acquired from DuPont – the first was in 1986. DuPont needed a buyer to close on a certain time frame and work through the complexities of the carve-out transition.

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8

Seon

Owned by management and local high net worth individuals in Vancouver, Canada, Seon sought a buyer who could meet multiple transaction needs. Sterling’s portfolio company, Safe Fleet, was the right fit.

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Safe Fleet

Sterling acquired ROM and SMI simultaneously, renaming the combined business Safe Fleet, and has built it into one of the largest fleet safety solution suppliers in North America offering thousands of products to nine different fleet end markets.

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1

American Bath Group

Together, Sterling and the Stonecipher brothers combined five different manufacturers to create the second largest bathtub company in the US.

view partnership
2

DexKo Global

Sterling and management worked together to further improve already strong operating practices and complete 10 acquisitions.

view partnership
3

Liqui-Box

Liqui-Box was the fourth business Sterling acquired from DuPont – the first was in 1986. DuPont needed a buyer to close on a certain time frame and work through the complexities of the carve-out transition.

view partnership
1

Construction Supply Group

Sterling has executed a strategy to bring together multiple leading regional and local construction supply distributors.

view partnership
2

American Bath Group

Together, Sterling and the Stonecipher brothers combined five different manufacturers to create the second largest bathtub company in the US.

view partnership
3

B&G Crane Service

Together, Sterling and the family developed a plan to expand into Texas, a new geography for the company.

view partnership
4

Seon

Owned by management and local high net worth individuals in Vancouver, Canada, Seon sought a buyer who could meet multiple transaction needs. Sterling’s portfolio company, Safe Fleet, was the right fit.

view partnership
1

Construction Supply Group

Sterling has executed a strategy to bring together multiple leading regional and local construction supply distributors.

view partnership
2

Specified Air Solutions

Sterling added key team members and worked to centralize several, unintegrated legacy businesses and take better advantage of company’s scale.

view partnership
3

American Bath Group

Together, Sterling and the Stonecipher brothers combined five different manufacturers to create the second largest bathtub company in the US.

view partnership
4

Highline Aftermarket

Sterling shared the vision of creating a national leader that would be best in class, both commercially and operationally. Sterling was prepared to do the complicated transactional work of concurrently acquiring and immediately merging the two companies.

view partnership
5

Safe Fleet

Sterling acquired ROM and SMI simultaneously, renaming the combined business Safe Fleet, and has built it into one of the largest fleet safety solution suppliers in North America offering thousands of products to nine different fleet end markets.

view partnership
1

Specified Air Solutions

Sterling added key team members and worked to centralize several, unintegrated legacy businesses and take better advantage of company’s scale.

view partnership
2

American Bath Group

Together, Sterling and the Stonecipher brothers combined five different manufacturers to create the second largest bathtub company in the US.

view partnership
3

DexKo Global

Sterling and management worked together to further improve already strong operating practices and complete 10 acquisitions.

view partnership
4

Liqui-Box

Liqui-Box was the fourth business Sterling acquired from DuPont – the first was in 1986. DuPont needed a buyer to close on a certain time frame and work through the complexities of the carve-out transition.

view partnership
5

Seon

Owned by management and local high net worth individuals in Vancouver, Canada, Seon sought a buyer who could meet multiple transaction needs. Sterling’s portfolio company, Safe Fleet, was the right fit.

view partnership
6

Safe Fleet

Sterling acquired ROM and SMI simultaneously, renaming the combined business Safe Fleet, and has built it into one of the largest fleet safety solution suppliers in North America offering thousands of products to nine different fleet end markets.

view partnership
1

Construction Supply Group

Sterling has executed a strategy to bring together multiple leading regional and local construction supply distributors.

view partnership
2

Highline Aftermarket

Sterling shared the vision of creating a national leader that would be best in class, both commercially and operationally. Sterling was prepared to do the complicated transactional work of concurrently acquiring and immediately merging the two companies.

view partnership
1

B&G Crane Service

Together, Sterling and the family developed a plan to expand into Texas, a new geography for the company.

view partnership