Private Equity Investing in Supply Chain
Our Private Equity Info Research Database shows 228 portfolio companies held by private equity firms in the Supply Chain space, with PE firms showing a substantial increased interest in Supply Chain companies in recent years.
The graph below shows the trend of private equity platform investments in Supply Chain companies over the last 20 years.
While Supply Chain Management encompasses a broad spectrum of markets, we noticed some grouping of the Private Equity acquisitions in the Supply Chain space in recent years into these three categories: Retail, Healthcare & Software. The sections below present sample platform transactions in each of these three Supply Chain sectors.
Supply Chain – Retail
March 2019 – Novacap invested in GHP Group (Chicago, IL, US), specializes in the development and distribution of seasonal products for major home centers, retailers and online retailers. GHP Group is the partner of choice for sophisticated retailers across North America, solving their logistics, distribution and supply chain needs.
Supply Chain – Healthcare
June 2021 – Warburg Pincus invested in Global Healthcare Exchange (Louisville, CO, US), a provider of cloud-based technology and services used for supply chain management by Healthcare providers and suppliers.
Supply Chain – Software
Private Equity Transactions
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