It turns out that there is more to the American economy than cubicle culture and coffee bars. Manufacturing employment started rising in 2010 after a 30-year decline. And the disruptions in the global supply chain have redoubled interest in domestic production.

Activity in the industrial sector has been vigorous. In 2021, new industrial transactions brought to market via Axial’s platform increased by 33%. In the first three months of 2022, new transactions increased by 1% compared to the same period the year before.

Most bankers and investors are saying valuations for industrial companies are at or near their high-water mark. What’s less clear is whether multiples will fall as public markets have been doing.

SDR Ventures’ extensive experience in the Industrials Industry includes successful engagements and comprehensive coverage in a variety of sub-sectors including Manufacturing and Distribution & Logistics. While SDR is incredibly proud of our clients’ success in these sectors, we continue to strive for excellence in all areas of the lower middle market and provide all of our clients with the resources they deserve during the most impactful financial decisions of their lives. To learn more about SDR’s Industrials Industry experience, please click here.

“Our team is incredibly grateful for the continued recognition from Axial in regards to our efforts to help business owners in the Industrials Industry and beyond. The SDR Team’s continued commitment to serving business owners across the country is stronger than ever and we are excited to continue to develop our ability to serve their unique needs,” commented Scott Mitchell, Managing Director at SDR Ventures.

To learn more about Axial’s coverage of the Industrials Industry and access a complete list of the 50 recipients, please click here.

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