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Distribution & Logistics
This sector has grown increasingly vital to large population centers in the Northeastern United States. Our region is blessed with one of the largest ocean freight ports in North America, legions of trucking and warehousing assets, many of the busiest airports, an impressive railroad infrastructure, and a population of 58 million within a 250-mile radius of New York City.
Virtually all products are now shipped with time-critical sensitivity, tracked from point of departure to point of receipt, and subject to considerable labor, fuel, insurance and other operating costs. Yet an aging infrastructure, with the high costs of keeping and distributing goods in or near urban areas, make this a challenging sector to do business in. Safety, security, control, traceability and speed are all increasing concerns of major logistics and distribution businesses.
Corporate Fuel has been active in these industry segments:
- Corporate transportation
- Transportation software
- Freight forwarding
- Road systems and safety
- Expedited package delivery
- Third-party logistics
- Air freight
- Bus transportation services
- Mail management
Recent Distribution & Logistics Transactions
Acted as an exclusive financial adviser to Overnight Labels where a Premium Label & Packaging Solutions was created and the investment in Overnight Labels, Inc. Dunes Point Capital, LP has created Premium Label & Packaging, a group holding company for specialty label and packaging companies.
Swiss Chalet Fine Foods
Acted as exclusive advisor to one of the largest, nationwide specialty distributors of the finest savory and sweet ingredients to professional kitchens on the acquisition of Corman Ship Supplies, a specialty food importer and distributor dedicated to the growing cruise line industry. Corman was formerly a business unit of Schratter Foods, Inc.
Acted as exclusive advisor to this food importer with specialties in cheese, charcuterie, deli meat, grocery and seafood products on the acquisition of ANCO Fine Cheese, formerly a business unit of Schratter Foods, Inc.