S. Boudrias Horticole has been acquired by Fulcrum Capital Partners
The shareholders of S. Boudrias Horticole Inc. have sold the company to Fulcrum Capital Partners.
S. Boudrias Horticole is a Canadian horticulture distribution company, focused on supplying large retailers, such as The Home Depot and Lowe’s, with private and unique brand names bearing their logo. The company services all of Canada and offers products that range from compost, soil and topsoil, decorative stones, sand and gravel, peat moss and fertilizers to kindling wood.
Fulcrum Capital Partners is an independent private equity firm focused on the Canadian middle market. The firm invests in several industries, including manufacturing, services, distribution and logistics, and consumer products, and creates value by providing strategic, operational, financial and M&A expertise to its investments.
Oaklins’ team in Canada acted as advisors to the sellers in this transaction.
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