Industry Reports

Q2 2019
Favorable market tailwinds have supported steady demand in the Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S) industry.
Q2 2019
As we closed these pages last year, we hypothesized that the remarkable paceof Government Information Technology (IT) mergers and acquisitions (M&A) witnessed in 2017 would continue throughout 2018, with the very real possibility that record levels of deal volume and value would be surpassed.
Q2 2019
Last year the aerospace, defense, government and security sectors saw steady Merger & Acquisition (M&A) activity, with a focus on transactions in technology, the aftermarket, and combinations which create leaders in specific defense segments. 
Q1 2019
The Waste & Recycling industry continues to see strong growth driven by the expansion of the US economy and adjacent rises in industrial, construction, and commercial activity.
Q2 2019
In the age of industrial automation, robotics, and big data analytics, communication between machines and the associated transmission of data have become an integral component of the manufacturing process and have driven demand for advanced interconn
Q2 2019
In the age of industrial automation, robotics, and big data analytics, communication between machines and the associated transmission of data have become an integral component of the manufacturing process and have driven demand for advanced interconnect components.
Q4 2018
In this quarterly report, provided exclusively for Rock Products, Capstone Headwaters provides insight into mergers & acquisitions (M&A), capital markets tre
Q2 2019
Robust demand for packaging assets is expected to persist as strong industry tailwinds, such as e-commerce growth (+14.2% year-over-year in 2018) and the rise in sustainable and ccost-efficientsolutions, continue to be significant growth drivers in 2019.
Q1 2019
Building on strong momentum from a robust market during 2018, merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the Value-Added Distribution industry has shown no signs of slowing down during early 2019.
Q1 2019
Water transportation remains a critical part of the US economy.

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