Rollon was a successful maker of high-quality parts for the industrial and rail industries when Ardian and Consilium invested in the company in 2010. Rollon’s rails and guides were used across Europe to ensure the smooth running of industrial machines’ components and train doors, but the group had yet to consolidate its positioning in actuators (a complementary product) and to further integrate its foreign subsidiaries.
Over three years, the private equity firms helped strengthen Rollon’s US position, supported it in entering a new end market (aerospace) and in winning new clients, and helped acquire a business with a good strategic positioning in Italy. During this time, Rollon also expanded to generate more than 80% of its revenues outside of Italy. The company went on to deliver further success when sold to Chequers Capital and IGI in 2013, more than doubling employee numbers over the next five years and growing further internationally.
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