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DALLAS, Jan. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- DalFort Capital Partners ("DalFort") announced it has acquired Key Polymer Corporation ("Key"), a Massachusetts-based premier manufacturer of specialty adhesives and chemical compounds.

Headquartered in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Key is a leading manufacturer of water, urethane, and epoxy-based adhesives and sealants with over 50 years of experience formulating high-performance solutions.  Since inception, Key Polymer has successfully partnered with customers to provide unique and responsive customer-specific materials solutions.

"It is an exciting time to be part of the Key Polymer team. I look forward to working with Bob Baker, the former owner and current Director, and to taking advantage of the substantial assets and exceptional talent to further grow the business." Bill Newman, President, Key Polymer

"We are pleased to join forces with Bill Newman and Bob Baker in continuing the Key Polymer legacy. Key greatly enhances our growing portfolio of specialty chemical manufacturers and will serve as an excellent acquisition platform."  –Bryan Bailey, Partner, DalFort Capital Partners

About DalFort Capital Partners
DalFort Capital Partners is a sector-focused investment firm based in Dallas, Texas, specializing in partnering with entrepreneurs and management teams in the lower middle market.  We work collaboratively to strengthen a company's strategic and financial position through operational improvements and acquisitions of complementary businesses. We specialize in identifying and executing strategic add-on acquisitions for our portfolio companies that enhance the company's relationship with existing customers and expand its reach into new geographies or market niches.

Investment Criteria:
DalFort pursues acquisition opportunities throughout the United States, with an emphasis on investing first institutional capital.

Target Industries:

Financial Profile:

Transaction Types:

• Industrial manufacturing & services

• Revenue:  $15 to $100mm

• Buyouts

• Specialty chemicals

• EBITDA:  $3 to $15mm

• Majority Recapitalizations

• Building products

• Enterprise Value: Up to $100mm

• Corporate Divestitures

• Energy products & services

• Strategic add‐on acquisitions

• Logistics & transportation


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