John Wiegand, in a recent article published in MiBiz, discusses how manufacturers are increasingly looking to acquisitions as a way to add capacity and adhere to customer demand.
Prior to this, because of the recession, manufactures were forced to run their businesses as lean as possible. Now, as the economy improves, manufacturers are increasingly making acquisitions that may be international expansions or related to new automation/technology.
M&A advisors are stating that it is currently a seller’s market, but predict this to be changing.
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