We are proud of our track record and the list of extraordinary companies and management teams with whom we have worked. The success stories below span a broad range of industries and geographic markets, and reflect different client objectives. In each case our expertise and commitment to a tailored plan ensured we reached the best possible result.
Bulkley Capital represented Wrapports LLC in the sale of Chicago.com, a local website and domain service.
Bulkley Capital represented Parksite, a wholesale distributor of specialty building products, in its acquisition of Lavelle Company.
Bulkley Capital represented Dispatch Printing Company, a family owned publisher of The Columbus Dispatch, 24 suburban weekly newspapers and 7 magazines, in its sale to New Media Investment Group (NYSE:NEWM).
Bulkley Capital represented Peerless Mfg. Co. in the sale of its heat exchanger business to Koch Heat Transfer, a subsidiary of Koch Industries.
Bulkley Capital represented the Chicago Sun Times in the sale of its portfolio of 38 suburban publications to the Tribune Publishing Company (NYSE:TPUB).
Bulkley Capital represented Meletio Lighting & Electrical Supply, a distributor of lighting products and supplies, in its sale to Seattle Lighting.
Bulkley Capital represented Peerless Mfg. Co., a manufacturer of separation, filtration, processing and environmental systems, in its acquisition of Combustion Components Associates, Inc.
Bulkley Capital represented Hi-Tech Plastics, a manufacturer of injection molded plastic products, in its sale to Royal Technologies.
Bulkley Capital represented LA-CO Industries, a family owned manufacturer of specialty chemical and industrial marking products, in its acquisition of Tempil, a division of Illinois Tool Works (NYSE:ITW).
Bulkley Capital represented ComRent International, a provider of electrical load bank rental services, in its majority equity sale to Global Environmental Fund.
Bulkley Capital represented the management team of Swiss American Products, a manufacturer of medical grade skin, wound and sun care products, in their buyout of the company alongside Prairie Capital.
Bulkley Capital represented Creative Loafing, a publisher of alternative newsweeklies, in its sale of the Chicago Reader to Wrapports.