The manufacturing¬†sector covers a lot of industries, segments, and markets. Manufacturing venture capital firms can focus on anything from pharmaceutical and consumer goods¬†to nanotechnology and metalworking.¬†Although outsourcing has resulted in a downturn in United States¬†manufacturing jobs, entrepreneurs with new technologies, innovations, systems, and¬†ideas¬†that¬†improve the¬†process, safety, and¬†environmental impact¬†for production of any finished¬†good can pursue¬†manufacturing financing from investors across the¬†world.¬†Manufacturing funding can¬†potentially create more job opportunities in the United¬†States as well as¬†enhance environmentally-responsible¬†and lean manufacturing practices. Whether seed stage or late stage funding, manufacturing¬†funding is critical for start ups, expansions, joint ventures, acquisitions, and buyouts.
As more companies decide to use domestic manufacturing vs. overseas due to the spikes in material and shipping costs, entrepreneurs with an idea, product, project, or company for sale¬†are at a strategic advantage in obtaining manufacturing private equity.
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Hornet Capital Llc invests in and/or acquires manufacturing companies in the midwest and southeast regions¬†with revenues ranging from $2 million to $20 million.¬† The company provides amounts between $100,000 to $2 million for company sales, divestitures, growth needs, and turnaround situations.
RAF Industries Inc. is an investment and acquisition firm focusing on manufacturing and service-focused companies with industrial or consumer products in the United States.¬†¬†It invests amounts ranging¬†from $20 million to $200 million.
American Industrial¬†Partners is a private equity firm focusing on business-to-business,¬†US-based industrial and manufacturing¬†businesses.¬† Since its launch in 1989, it has invested¬†$1 billion across multiple funds and is currently investing its fourth fund totaling $405 million. American Industrial Partners provides debt/equity financing and leveraged buyouts with amounts ranging from $10 million to $100 million for equity transactions and up to $500 million for acquisitions.
KPS¬†Capital Partners Lp has $2.6 billion in committed capital across multiple funds.¬† Focusing on companies in the transportation, manufacturing, and service arenas across diverse industries, it provides funding ranging from $25 million to $200 million for acquisitions, recapitalizations, and growth needs.
Northwood Ventures Llc is a venture capital firm focusing on diverse industries including manufacturing, financial services, retail, and consumer goods in the United States.¬† It has backed 165 companies in a wide range of transactions at multiple stages of growth including acquisitions and industry consolidations.
Massachusetts Capital Resource Company provides debt/equity financing to companies in the manufacturing and service industries¬†based in Boston, Massachusetts, representing one of the premiere Mid Atlantic venture capital firms.¬† It has invested more than $575 million in 300+ companies in support of growth needs, acquisitions, recapitalizations, and working capital backing.
Industrial Growth Partners solely¬†focuses on manufacturing and manufacturing service businesses.¬† An $825 million private equity firm, Industrial Growth Partners back ownership transitions including leveraged buyouts, management buyouts, divestitures, recapitalizations, and management buy-ins.¬† Since its launch in 1997, it has invested in over 135 companies.
Hanover Partners Inc. specializes in acquiring profitable businesses with annual revenues between $5 million and $50 million.¬† Target companies are typically based in the United States and established within the manufacturing and service industries.
Dakota Capital is a private¬†equity¬†firm backing¬†manufacturing¬†and service businesses in¬†buyouts, recapitalizations, ownership transitions,¬†and corporate divestitures.¬† The company provides investments of up to $20 million for businesses in a wide range of industries¬†in the United States with annual sales¬†between $10 million and $100 million.
Cortec Group focuses on non-retail and non-commodity manufacturing, distribution, and services companies with revenues between $40 million and $300 million.¬† The company provides private equity for growth, buyouts, and acquisitions to businesses with proprietary¬†products and value-added services.