Lincolnshire Management’s Success on Holley Performance Products

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On October 2018, Lincolnshire Management decided to call off its investment or partnership with Holley Performance Products Inc. The sale was made to an associate company Sentinel Capital Partners. Lincolnshire Management acquired Holley Performance Products a company that designs, manufactures and markets branded products in 2013 from Monomoy Capital Partners.

The objective of the partnership between Lincolnshire Management and Holley Performance Products was to speed the rate of strategy acquisition thus promoting and increasing the rate of organic growth by also speeding the rate of investment on Holley’s new products that were under development. Lincolnshire Management helped Holley realize the complexness of their issues, put the company back to its usual lane and also significantly structure the organization of the company in a meaningful manner that enabled their growth, evolution and development during the years of their partnership.

The strategies were to boost Holley’s designing, production and marketing abilities and put it back to the world map and therefore this was to concurrently increase the company’s abilities on innovations which were in turn meant to help focus on putting new products to the market.

Holley Performance Products is an automotive aftermarket company which was founded in 1903 which mainly manufactures carburetors. Holley lost its glory due to bankruptcy bank but Lincolnshire management has helped it gain some of the glory in the automotive aftermarket industry by acquiring some assets like MSD Group. Its products like the Holley HP EFI engine control unit were used as the standard equipment in all the Chevrolet’s Camaro race cars and as optional equipment used in ARCA racing series and all these happen while partnering with Lincolnshire Management.

Lincolnshire Management is a private profit aimed equity company. It was founded in 1986 and the company’s headquarters are located in New York. The firm’s main aim is to invest in middle market companies and it also helps these companies to grow their status. Lincolnshire Management provides financial services, banking services, capital venturing capabilities and acquisition skills and services to the companies which it invests or partners with. See Lincolnshire Management’s profile https://www.owler.com/company/lincolnshiremgmt

Agera Energy passes on deregulation savings to qualifying clients

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Agera Energy is a big supporter of energy deregulation throughout the nation. The loosening of utility restrictions has many considerable benefits, namely the discouragement of monopolies by local energy outfits. Free and open markets are crucial for natural gas, and an electricity providers like Agera Energy. A fair playing field drives commodity prices down over time; living in a deregulated state comes with some serious, dollar stretching perks for utility customers.

About Agera Energy concurs with deregulation citing increased competition and lowered costs. A deregulated environment allows Agera Energy to partner with local utility companies as a supply-side product manager without replacing the utility company itself.

Learn more: https://www.inc.com/profile/agera-energy

Louis Chenevert’s Early Life And Accession To Coveted Positions In The Manufacturing Industry

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When starting out in the manufacturing industry, Louis Chenevert had no more than academic papers and an undying hunger for success. This manifested in his interests in business and entrepreneurship and would play a key role in helping him scale up the career ladder. While he started as an automobile industry operator, he would retire from a CEO’s position with the prestigious United Technologies Corporation (UTC).

Early life

Louis was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, and would soon join Montreal University where he majored in Production management. Coming from a relatively humble background at a time when the region was undergoing explosive industrialization, Louis Chenevert developed key interests in entrepreneurship and business. More importantly, he understood the importance of hard work in both career and business success at an early age. These skills would come in handy in helping him scale up the career ladder in both the automobile and aerospace industries.

Bold career moves

Louis Chenevert started out as production assembly supervisor with General Motors plant in Quebec. His dedication to the success of the plant, commitment to the production of quality products, and a keen eye to details gained recognition from the company President, Guy Hachey.

While referring to Louis as one of the best executives to have ever worked under him, Hachey mentioned that the production lines leave no room for mistakes and Chenevert’s ensured that the company did not report defects. Hachey would also play a key role in encouraging Louis to transition from automobile to aerospace industries.

He would first take up a position with Pratt & Whitney Canada where he helped the plant cut down no operational costs by over 10 percent. Louis Chenevert was then named President of the struggling Pratt & Whitney. His innovative approach to factory processes and excellent staffing and organizational skills would, however, help the UTC subsidiary regain profitability.

Moving to United Technologies

Louis Chenevert’s contributions to PWC Canada and the United States saw him tapped for the Chairman’s position at United Technologies. At the time of his retirement from UTC, Louis served as the Corporations Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. He also helped the manufacturer make its biggest move yet, the mass production of Geared Turbofan (GTF) Engine. Today, Louis maintains an advisory post with Goldman Sachs merchant banking division.

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