KLH Completes Second Platform Investment in May

data-display-logo-e1432929296124KLH Capital is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Equis Capital Partners and the management team of Decora Industries Inc, dba Data Display Systems (“Data Display”) to complete a recapitalization of the business.

Data Display, headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, is a provider of electronic video, audio, and lighting solutions to the point-of-purchase (“POP”) displays and fixtures markets.  Founded in 1968, the company has grown into a national supplier of customized electrical components and products that enhance POP displays and fixtures for a diverse customer base of consumer products companies.  The company has an unmatched industry reputation of excellence and engineering superiority, as illustrated by its overall product quality and innovative designs.

“We are excited to partner with Equis Capital Partners and management to support the growth and enhance the product offering of a leading company in the electronic POP component industry” said James Darnell, Partner at KLH Capital.  “Data Display is in an excellent position to capitalize on market trends and continue to help produce award winning point-of-purchase displays for years to come.”

ABOUT KLH

KLH Capital is a fully capitalized SBIC-licensed private equity firm which currently manages $165 million in capital. During our nearly 30-year business tenure, we have successfully completed more than 130 transactions, including recapitalizations, management buy-outs and buy-ins, family successions and retirement transitions, and corporate divestitures.

We create value in our partnerships by combining management’s expertise with our own. We rely on management to provide the in-depth industry knowledge and know-how specific to their business. Our contribution is our expertise in the value drivers of each business model and experience in overcoming challenges while executing growth opportunities.

For more information, please contact James Darnell or Michael Stump.

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