NEWTOWN, CT–(Marketwired – Jun 29, 2016) – Halitron, Inc. (the “Company”) (OTC PINK: HAON), an equity holding company implementing a roll-up of sales, marketing, and manufacturing businesses, today is excited to announce its acquisition pipeline totaling over $60M in annual sales.
Management has continually sought out strategic acquisitions to lever its current infrastructure. As outlined in its business plan, we will seek out distressed, as well as successful ongoing businesses to acquire and operate within our equity holding model. While the first group of acquisitions were a series of distressed brands and a factory, now vertically integrated Management is repositioning the businesses to operate more efficiently and thrive under new ownership.
We have identified five new target acquisitions summarized by their industry as detailed below:
|Sales, Product Development, and Manufacturing||$18M|
|Sales & Product Development||$8M|
Management has also targeted a number of smaller add-on acquisitions not listed above.
“Halitron, Inc. is in negotiations for a $300,000 traditional debt capital raise to fund current operations as well as implementing our growth plan which is forecasted to generate between $3M and $5M in sales within twelve months post close of capital. Additionally, we are seeking out larger financial partners to help us evaluate and close on the up to $63M in additional sales through future acquisitions,” states Mr. Findley, Halitron’ s Chief Executive Officer. “We have spent the past year and half developing Halitron Inc., resurrecting market interest, and creating value for our shareholders. Once we close on this small round of capital we will look to implement the next level of growth with acquisitions that will be much larger in size, leveraging current infrastructure, as well as targeting new, exciting, and high growth industries.”
About Halitron, Inc.
Halitron, Inc., an equity holding company, is focused on acquiring sales, marketing, and manufacturing businesses, and then rolling them into an efficient, low-cost operating infrastructure. The Company is structured with two Strategic Business Units; Sales & Marketing Division and a Manufacturing Division. Management targets operating entities that can either benefit from current operating infrastructure or operate autonomously and offer an additional product or service to scale existing operations. For more information on Halitron, Inc., please visit: www.halitroninc.com.
To learn more about our business model, please visit: http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/HAON/video-and-presentations
Sales & Marketing Division – Companies that have operations in traditional marketing services and branded sales opportunities.
Current Equity Assets/Holdings:
- NDG Holdings, Inc. – digital marketing
- www.PiecesInPlaces.com – brand sales
- www.ArchivalMuseumSupplies.com – brand sales
- www.ArchivalPhotoPages.com – brand sales
- www.CinchSigns.com – brand sales
Manufacturing Division – Companies that have operations in the manufacturing industry.
Current Asset/Equity Holdings:
PRD Holdings Inc. – Mexican-based manufacturing
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