The industrial sector has gone through a renaissance.
Now that organizations have extracted excess costs there is an intense focus on growth opportunities. From niche and hard to define businesses to large traditional companies, we draw on our team’s global knowledge and experience to work with clients across a broad range of strategic challenges. We take an outside-in perspective to help our clients achieve growth, both organically and inorganically.
We help our clients develop actionable strategies for growth. We can seamlessly pull together a worldwide team of consultants and former operators to gain a global and holistic perspective. For our clients in the industrial sector, we deploy a broad range of capabilities that address a variety of management issues, including:
We provide data-driven insights that help clients build pragmatic strategies that deliver results.
We assist on transactions for a range of clients in the industrial sector, including traditional corporations, private equity firms and their portfolio businesses.
Our team brings both deep industry knowledge and experience from myriad transactions.
The diversified industrial products sector covers a broad range of business categories. Our breadth of experience ranges from recognizable sectors, such as automotive, to niche sectors, such as gas-component companies.
Some of the many sectors we have covered include:
From niche to established markets, we address a broad range of strategic challenges.
One of Parthenon’s private equity firm clients was interested in purchasing a manufacturer of articulating ladders, sold nationally through major hardware and home improvement stores.
Parthenon was tasked with answering the private equity client’s key questions in order to confirm or deny its investment thesis. Those questions included the following:
During the six-week engagement, Parthenon used extensive primary and secondary research efforts to determine the product’s position within key retailers as well as its market penetration. Specifically, Parthenon executed interviews with several key constituencies including:
Based on the outcome of Parthenon’s work, the private equity client ultimately decided not to purchase the target company.