Trinity Hunt Partners has had a strong 2011 as evidenced by our recent equity commitments to the following transactions and growth initiatives:
In July 2011, Lone Star Fasteners completed the add-on acquisition of Energy Hardware, a leading global distributor of specialty fasteners supplying the power generation market.
ED Holdings’ subsidiary, Eating Recovery Center, a Colorado-based treatment facility focused on medically acute eating disorder cases, opened two new facilities during the first half of 2011 with capacity for over 65 adult and adolescent inpatients and outpatients.
During the first half of 2011, C.J. Foods, a Kansas-based manufacturer of organic dog food, expanded its production facility in Pawnee City, Nebraska increasing production capacity by approximately 50%.
Since closing Fund III ($215 million), Trinity Hunt Partners has invested in nine platform companies and completed ten add-on
acquisitions. In Fund IV, we will continue to target buyouts, recapitalizations and growth equity investments (both majority and
minority positions) in leading lower middle-market companies in the South and Midwest regions of the U.S. focusing on select industries including industrials, business services and healthcare.
Since inception in 1993, Trinity Hunt professionals have successfully invested in excess of $1.3 billion of equity capital in over 50 platform investments spanning a diverse array of industries and economic cycles.