DALLAS, TX/Kratos Capital – Newswire / — Kratos Capital, a leading mergers and acquisitions advisor for privately-held, middle-market businesses, is pleased to announce the acquisition of its client, Filling Machines & Systems, Inc. (“FM&S”), by Mangrove Equity Partners, Tampa, FL, co-sponsored by Prisma Group, Raleigh, NC. Two portfolio companies, Meheen Manufacturing and Inline Filling Systems, Inc. headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota were acquired. The acquisition closed on June 30, 2016.
Filling Machines & Systems, Inc. is a manufacturing platform making comprehensive lines of branded as well as customized products for the craft beverage industry globally and the specialty liquid industry.
Principal Josh Bammel led the Kratos Capital deal team that advised FM&S on the transaction. “These are great companies, which have benefited from the institutionalization of smart capital. It was a privilege to work on this transaction with the sellers and buyers, and to see both parties benefit from a neoclassical economic relationship,” said Bammel.
FM&S brings decades of experience and is globally recognized, having sold systems in all 50 U.S. states and customers in over 50 countries worldwide. Learn more by visiting www.meheen.com and www.inlinefillingsystems.com
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