Last month JMC Capital Partners announced its acquisition of Comark Corporation – a top designer and manufacturer of HMI products and systems. Operators use HMIs as the user interface to “control and monitor manufacturing processes and systems.” Comark produces: displays, workstations, kiosks and computers which are used throughout commercial, industrial, military, mobile and retail applications. The goal of its products is to successfully and smoothly perform in a variety of challenging environments.
JMC has a focused investment strategy vis-à-vis acquiring companies in America’s industrial products sector. Steven Rosenthal, Northland Investment Corporation – a member of its advisory board – has been developing strategy as leader of various companies for many years. This includes: Northland, and Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. Given the experience JMC has had in this area, and along with its staff and advisory board, the firm is able to “influence the performance of [its] portfolio companies.” Using this strategy, the company encounters impressive growth and value “through consolidation synergies, cross selling acquired products and accessing new markets.”
The bulk of the work JMC focuses on includes the following industries: healthcare, safety equipment, industrial components, analytical instruments, process instrumentation, plastics, synthetics, specialty chemicals, fluid control and more.