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Wells Fargo & Co.

Great Falls, Montana(WFC) is a diversified financial services company providing banking, insurance, investments, mortgage, and consumer and commercial finance through almost 8,700 stores, 13,000 ATMs, the internet and other distribution channels across North America and internationally. Wells Fargo is the 4th largest bank in the US by assets and the 1st largest bank by market capitalization with an estimated total revenue of $90 Billion.


 

Schottenstein

Schottenstein Property Group
Columbus, Ohio

Schottenstein Property Group (SPG) , is one of the most well-known acquisitions, operator and redeveloper companies of high-end / big-box shopping centers in 27 states with over 156 properties. Some of these include Wal-Mart Stores, American Signature Inc, DSW and Bed, Bath & Beyond, Inc. Their affiliates include Albertsons LLC, Best Products Inc., Montgomery Ward Holding Corporation, and Service Merchandise Company Inc.


 

Energizer

Energizer
St. Louis, Missouri

Energizer Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ENR) is an $3.4 billion American manufacturer of batteries and personal care products that sell in over 165 countries.


 

Tenneco

Tenneco Company
Lake Forest, Illinois

Tenneco Company (NYSE: TEN) is an $8 billion global company and one of the largest manufacturers, designers and distributors of clean air and ride performance systems and products for the automotive and commercial vehicle original equipment markets.


 

Airgas

Airgas®
Radnor, Pennsylvania

Airgas, Inc. (NYSE: ARG), a $5 billion dollar global company, through its subsidiaries, is a major supplier of medical, industrial and specialty gases as well as welding equipment and related products. With more than 450 acquisitions, Airgas Inc. has become one of the foremost industrial gas companies in the U.S.


 

First-Credit-Bank

First Credit Bank
West Hollywood, California

First Credit Bank is a state-chartered FDIC commercial bank in California, specializing in commercial lending.


 

Standex

Standex
Salem, New Hampshire

Standex International (NYSE: SXI) Corporation is a $275 million global manufacturing company with expertise in food service equipment, engraving, engineering, electronics and hydraulics in over 15 countries.


 

Rockbestos
Marmon-Group


Rockbestos Company
and Surprenant Cable Corporation
East Granby, Connecticut

Rockbestos Company and Surprenant Cable Corporation (RSCC), part of the Marmon Group, maintains the world’s largest insulation irradiation capabilities. The Marmon Group was owned by the Pritzker Family, one of the wealthiest families in the United States, with a networth of $30 billion. They sold it to Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway holding company for $4.5 billion in 2007. The Pritzker’s are also well-known for having a diversified business portfolio, which includes the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line and the creation of the Hyatt Hotel chain.


 

Kaydon

Kaydon®, an SKF Group Company
Muskegon, Michigan

Kaydon Corporation is a leading designer and manufacturer of custom rings, specialty bearings, seals, shock absorbers and gas springs for the aerospace, defense, wind energy, medical, automation and other applicable industries. The company is the newest member of the global SKF Group, operating in over 130 countries with an annual revenue of $70 billion and listed as one of the largest companies in the world by Forbes Global 2000 rankings.


 

Daikin

AAF-McQuay
Louisville, Kentucky

AAF-McQuay Group, Inc., a subsidiary of Japan-based Daikin Industries, Ltd., a $14 billion company, with 50 subsidiaries in 75 countries, is the largest HVAC manufacturer worldwide and a principal producer of fluorochemical products. The company also manufactures and sells refrigeration and air filtration products under specific brand names to institutional, industrial and commercial customers.


 

ConAgra-Foods

ConAgra Foods, Inc.
Omaha, Nebraska

ConAgra Foods Inc.( NYSE: CAG) is a Fortune 500 company with a net sales of approximately $15 billion. It is an American packaged foods company that makes and sells products under various brand names like Banquet®, Chef Boyardee®, Egg Beaters®, Healthy Choice®, Hebrew National®, Hunt’s®, Marie Callender’s®, Orville Redenbacher’s®, PAM®, Peter Pan®, Reddi-wip®, Slim Jim®, and Snack Pack® to name a few.


 

FMC

FMC Technologies
Houston, Texas

FMC Technologies (NYSE: FTI) is an $8 billion global market leader in technologies and services to the oil and gas industries, as well as subsea infrastructures. They were named the “World’s Most Innovative Companies” in 2013 by Forbes® magazine and operate 24 production facilities in 14 countries.


 

AO Smith

A.O. Smith
Milwaukee, Nebraska

A.O. Smith (NYSE: AOS) is an innovative global leader in energy solutions world- wide. The company is the leading manufacturer of commercial and residential water heating and purification products, with operations in 8 countries and sales in excess of $2.5 billion.


 

Motor Coach Industries

Motor Coach Industries
Des Plaines, Illinois

Motor Coach Industries (MCI), owned by KPS Capital Partners, LP, who’s valued at $6 billion, is the leading manufacturer of inner-city, luxury, and eco-friendly coaches, with six sales and seven service centers in the United States and Canada. Motor Coach Industries employs over 4,200 people.

 


 

Seneca

Seneca
Sarasota, Florida

Seneca Foods Corporation (NYSE: SENEA) is $1.3 billion dollar global market producer of canned and bottle fruits and vegetables, harvested in the USA and serving 95 countries. Some of their brands include Aunt Nellie’s®, Libby’s®, READ® and Seneca Snacks®.


 

Quebecor World

Quad Graphics / FKA Quebecor World
Sussex, Wisconsin

Quebecor World, Inc, AKA Worldcolor Press and now owned by Quad/Graphics since 2010 (NYSE: QUAD), had operating facilities in over 17 countries. Today, Quad/Graphics, a $4 billion company, provides print
and media solutions in the United States, Europe and South America.


 

IFG

IFG (Formerly known as Chapelthorpe Industries)
West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

IFG (International Fibres Group) is a global manufacturer of polypropylene and polyamide fiber, as well as a worldwide distributor. Its North American division, Drake Extrusion Inc. supplies the textile, upholstery, apparel and automotive industries. The company is valued at $50 million.


 

Trident

Trident Seafoods Corporation
Seattle, Washington

Trident Seafoods is the largest seafood company in the United States valued at over $1 billion. It manages a network of processing plants, fishing ships and an integrated distributorship of its frozen, canned, smoked and ready-to-eat seafood products under a variety of brand names, in various food service markets.


 

ASPEQ Heating Group

ASPEQ Heating Group
St. Louis, Missouri

ASPEQ is an advanced thermal energy engineering and manufacturing solutions company for specialty commercial, military and industrial applications, with an annual revenue of approximately $50 million.


 

GEM Southeast

GEM Southeast
Toccoa, Georgia

GEM Southeast is a mid-sized steel springs and fabricated metal products manufacturer with an estimated annual revenue of approximately $20 million.


 

Vineland

Vineland Construction Co.
Vineland, New Jersey

Vineland Construction Company is a full-service real estate, construction, and financing company, developing industrial, retail, office buildings and land parcels throughout the eastern United States, with an annual revenue of $10 to $20 million.