🠈 Atlas Holdings 🠊
Formed in 2002, Atlas Holdings LLC is a private equity firm that acquires manufacturing concerns. Their site claimed to own 20 businesses in 2020 with plants around the world.
This section lists transactions that I encounter in my research. The media page lists transactions starting in 2016.
- 2002: Andrew Bursky and Tim Fazio started Atlas Holdings to acquired a paper mill in rural Indiana.
- 2016: Atlas acquired the Interactive Printer Solutions Division of NCR which it rebranded as Iconex.
- 2016: Banker Steel acquired NYC Constructors of New York from bankruptcy court.
- 2017: Atlas became majority stake holder in Millar Western Forest Products.
- 2017: Iconex acquired RiteMade Paper Converters, Inc. which was established in 1952.
- 2017: Iconex acquired PM Company which was established in 1905.
- 2017: Millar Western acquired Spruceland Millworks.
- 2018: Merchants Metals acquired Continental Divide Fence based in Denver.
- 2018: Iconex acquired Schades and R+S from Hansol Paper.
- 2018: Asahi Kasei Homes acquired Erickson Construction from Atlas for $106 million.
- 2019: Atlas acquired Saxco International, LLC from the Sterling Group.
History of Saxco
Saxco International creates packaging for the beer, wine and pharmaceutical markets.
- 1936: Brothers Keith and Herb Sachs founded the firm.
- 2010: The Sterling Group acquired Saxco from the founders.
- 2019: Atlas acquired International Wire Group
History of International Wire Group
International Wire Group was founded in 1995 to roll up companies that produce wire. They traded on the OTC as ITWG. I drew the timeline from its history page.2
- 1995: IWG acquired Wirekraft Industries and Omega Wire Corporation.
- 1995: IWG acquired Ristance Corporation.
- 1995: IWG acquired Electro Components De Mexico.
- 1996: IWG acquired Dekko Wire Technologies.
- 1997: IWG acquired Camden Wire from Oneida Ltd.
- 1998: IWG acquired Spargo Wire.
- 1998: IWG acquired Italtrecce.
- 1999: IWG acquired Forissier.
- 2006: IWG acquired PD High Performance Conductors
- 2008: IWG acquired Hamilton Products.
- 2008: IWG acquired Global Wire which owned Wyre Wynd, Negev and Montgomery Wire.
- 2011: IWG acquired Ffhoenix Cuivre
- 2019: Atlas acquired Flagstone Foods from TreeHouse Foods. They created the holding company Wizards Nuts.
- 1913: A.C. Hoodenpyle (aka Hoody) started selling peanuts from a cart on the streets in Oregon.
- 1973: by Ann and Ed Zinke created Ann's House of Nuts in Columbia Maryland.4
- 2008: Olympus Partners acquired Ann's House of Nuts.
- 2010: Gryphon Investors combined Ann's House of Nuts and American Importing Co. to create Flagstone Foods.
- 2012: Gryphon closed Ann's outlet and warehouse in Columbia and moved headquarters to Minneapolis.4
- 2014: TreeHouse acquired Flagstone from Gryphon Investors for $860 million.3
- Atlas Holdings Press Releases (Drawn 2/8/2020)
- International Wire Group History (Drawn 2/8/2020)
- PR Newswire - TreeHouse Acquires Flagstone (Drawn 2/10/2020)
- Baltimore Sun - Ann's House of Nuts Closing (Drawn 2/10/2020)
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