Who bought Banker Steel?
HC2 Holdings Inc.
DBM Global, the infrastructure business of HC2 Holdings Inc., will acquire 100 percent interest in Banker Steel Holdco LLC.
How much did Banker Steel sell for?
It is worth noting here that the acquisition price of $145 million was settled by DBM Global through multiple means — including $25 million in cash (received as an intercompany settlement from HC2 Holdings), $64.1 million from the new revolving credit/term loan facility, $6.3 million worth of Banker Steel’s assumed …
Who owns DBM Global?
INNOVATE Corp.DBM Global / Parent organization
NEW YORK, May 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HC2 Holdings, Inc. (“HC2” or “the Company”) (NYSE: HCHC) announced today that its infrastructure business DBM Global (“DBM”) has completed its previously announced acquisition of a 100% interest in Banker Steel Holdco LLC (“Banker Steel”) from Atlas Holdings LLC (“Atlas”).
Who bought Schuff Steel?
HC2 Holdings, Inc.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Schuff Steel Company, part of the DBM Global Inc. family of companies and an operating subsidiary of HC2 Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HCHC), today announced it is launching new manufacturing operations in York County. The company’s $9 million capital investment is projected to create more than 180 new jobs.
Is Schuff Steel publicly traded?
Schuff Steel made its initial public offering to be publicly traded and was listed on the AMEX exchange.
Is Atlas Holdings a good company to work for?
Atlas is a great company with a diverse staff and everyone is treated fairly. The company also has perks and benefits to motivate employee participation. In my role, there is plenty to do daily. Management is fair and open to hear any concerns, an “Open Door” policy exists and is encouraged.
Is Atlas Holdings a private equity firm?
Atlas Holdings | Private Investment & Equity Firm in Greenwich, CT. Atlas Holdings and its affiliates are a diversified group of 23 manufacturing and distribution businesses with approximately 40,000 associates around the world.
What happened to LSC?
CHICAGO – A Chicago-based print and digital media services provider with a large presence in Indiana is under new ownership. Atlas Holdings, headquartered in Connecticut, has acquired LSC Communications, though financial details of the deal are not being disclosed.