Diamond Communication Products

  • Diamond Communication Products, Inc. was a leading manufacturer of pole line hardware for the telecommunications industry.
     
  • Diamond's revenues increased from $5 million in 1980 to $30 million in 1997 under the leadership of a highly motivated and dynamic management team. This growth was accomplished via add-on acquisitions, product line expansions and internal growth of the company's core
    business.
     
  • Diamond's products enjoyed a great deal of success in international markets in addition to the company's core domestic markets. Diamond's acquisition
    of its chief Canadian competitor, Sachs Communications, Inc. provided access to Canada, but also to the European, Latin American and Asian markets where Sachs had developed significant market share.

     
  • Diamond Communication Products generated one of the highest profit margins among its peers in the industry and posted an EBITDA of $7.5 million on sales of $30 million when the company was sold to Thomas & Betts Corporation in July 1997
    generating significant returns for its investors and other stakeholders.

 

 

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The Diamond Group, 7 Elm Street, 2nd Flr., Westfield, NJ 07090, USA
Phone: +1 908 756-0300 - Fax: +1 908 756-1390
E-Mail:
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