Carlyle Completes Vigor, MHI Holdings Acquisition
Global investment company The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) and also personal equity company Stellex Capital Management today introduced they have actually shut on their purchase of Portland, Oregon- based Vigor Industrial and also Norfolk, Virginia- based MHI Holdings.
As component of the arrangement, Vigor Industrial LLC, a facilities, protection, and also maritime solutions firm, will certainly be combined with MHI Holdings LLC, a ship fixing, upkeep, and also various other ship husbandry solutions firm.
The combined firm looks for to come to be a “bicoastal leader” in ship fixing solutions and also business and also defense-related construction solutions, with clients consisted of the united state Navy, UNITED STATE Coast Guard, Military Sealift Command, Boeing, cruise ship lines, angling fleets, barges and also ferryboat solutions for regional and also state federal governments.
The Carlyle Group is the bulk proprietor of the consolidated firm.
Carlyle and also Stellex stated they have actually selected Jim Marcotuli as chief executive officer of the recently developed firm, reliable today.
“Vigor and MHI have tremendous potential for growth and I am grateful for the opportunity to lead the new company,” statedMarcotuli “I am eager to engage with the employees who have made these companies what they are today, and to work with the team to create sustainable value for our customers.”
Marcotuli brings greater than thirty years of experience in the protection and also production sectors.
“Jim is a proven leader who excels at driving strong performance through motivating and building great teams,” stated Derek Whang, Principal atThe Carlyle Group “He is a natural fit for Vigor and MHI, both in his leadership style and his background, and we’re looking forward to partnering with Jim and all employees and supporting them in this next phase of growth.”
Frank Foti, Vigor’s beginning chief executive officer and also previous bulk proprietor, has actually gotten out of his duty as chief executive officer of Vigor while staying a financier in the brand-new moms and dad firm and also acting as its Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Tom Epley will certainly remain to lead MHI Ship Repair & & Services LLC and also MHI Holdings LLC and also will certainly report to Marcotuli.
“Through this transaction, Vigor gains responsible, forward-thinking investors who will seek to build on our current platform while maintaining a values-driven culture,” Foti stated in July upon the news of the bargain. “In addition, we are excited to join forces with a company of MHI’s caliber which has a history of delivering strong results and shares our mission to serve the people who protect our country every day. This evolution takes us where we want to go, growing sustainable jobs into the future. I’m excited to be an investor in this adventure and to be a part of what’s to come.”
Carlyle’s equity for the financial investment originated from the Carlyle UNITED STATE Equity Opportunity Fund II, a $2.4 billion fund that concentrates on middle-market and also development firms in the United States and also Canada.