Hudson Technologies Purchases Efficiency Technologies' Assets
Scott-Macon's Chemical & Related Industries Group acts as exclusive financial advisor to Hudson Technologies, Inc.December 2012
Hudson Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: HDSN) announced the acquisition of the proprietary Efftrack™ chiller efficiency software, customer list and its related assets from Efficiency Technologies Inc. (ETI).
This acquisition was conducted to support Hudson’s chiller management and efficiency optimization product and service offering, while relying on Scott-Macon’s Chemicals & Related Industries Group to serve as the exclusive financial advisor.
About Hudson Technologies, Inc.
Hudson Technologies provides complete life cycle management of refrigerants with a commitment to environmental stewardship at the core to everything they do. Hudson offers environmentally sustainable solutions from initial sale through recovery, reclamation and reuse, peak operating performance of equipment through energy efficiency, and emergency air conditioning and refrigeration system repair, to final refrigerant disposal and carbon credit trading.
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Our clients have ranged from large global corporations looking to expand their existing operations to private equity funds seeking to build a new or existing portfolio investment. We assist clients in all stages of the sale or acquisition process and develop strategy, acquisition parameters and purchase constraints before the initiation of the program. In addition to the outright sale of a company or business unit, Scott-Macon’s M&A professionals have experience in a wide range of shareholder and liquidity-driven transactions.Go Back <