Palladium Equity exits Taco Bueno

By Luisa Beltran — 2 months ago

TPG Growth said Wednesday that it acquired Taco Bueno. Financial terms weren’t announced. Palladium Equity Partners is the seller. Farmers Branch, Texas-based Taco Bueno is a Tex-Mex restaurant chain that operates across 177 locations in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Colorado. Palladium originally invested in Taco Bueno in 2005.  Jason Freedman of Ropes & Gray advised TPG Growth. UPDATE: Tim Alexander and Brant Cash of Harris Williams advised Palladium.

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Palladium Equity Partners backs GoodWest

By Iris Dorbian — 6 months ago

Palladium Equity Partners LLC has made an undisclosed investment in GoodWest Industries Inc. Fairmount Partners served as advisor to GoodWest on the transaction. Based in Warminster, Pennsylvania, GoodWest is a provider of food service dispensing solutions.

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Palladium acquires TransForce

By Iris Dorbian — 7 months ago

Palladium Equity Partners has acquired Alexandria, Virginia-based TransForce Inc, a staffing provider for the commercial transportation sector. No financial terms were disclosed.

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Palladium invests in Raben Tire

By Iris Dorbian — 1 year ago

Palladium Equity Partners has made a “significant” investment in Raben Tire. No financial terms were disclosed for the deal, which was made in partnership with the Raben family. Duff & Phelps Securities advised Raben Tire on the transaction. Raben Tire is a Midwest-based tire dealer and automotive services provider.

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Palladium exits car repair business ABRA

By Iris Dorbian — 1 year ago

Palladium Equity Partners closed its sale of ABRA Auto Body & Glass to Hellman & Friedman and ABRA’s senior management team. No financial terms were disclosed. Headquartered in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, ABRA is a provider of car repair services.

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J.M. Smucker to buy Sahale Snacks from Palladium

By Luisa Beltran — 2 years ago

Palladium Equity Partners has agreed to sell Sahale Snacks to The J. M. Smucker Company. Financial terms weren’t announced. Seattle-based Sahale makes and markets premium, branded nut and fruit snacks, which are primarily sold in the United States under the Sahale Snacks® brand. Palladium first invested in Sahale in 2007 acquiring a “significant minority” stake. The PE firm then made a follow-on investment in 2012.

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