aeriform


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aeriform

resembling air; gaseous.
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a middle market investment bank in Richmond, VA, served as financial advisor to Aeriform in the transaction.
We are excited about joining Airgas through this transaction, which will offer great opportunities for our customers and our employees," said Michael Stoddard, president and CEO of Aeriform.
We look forward to welcoming Aeriform associates, and to offering our new customers a broader product range to meet their gases, welding and safety product needs," said Mike Molinini, executive vice president and chief operating officer for Airgas.
American Capital's add-on investment with Aeriform is a great example of our role as an equity sponsor helping one of our portfolio companies grow through strategic acquisitions," said American Capital Chairman, President and CEO Malon Wilkus.
With the addition of its new operations, Aeriform now has over 300 employees and annual revenues in excess of $75 million.
Aeriform President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Logan commented, "Our decision to buy from Air Products was largely based on the strategic investments they have made over the years -- including their world-class helium production facility in Liberal, Kans.
We look forward to building a strong relationship with Aeriform," echoed Curt M.
Founded in 1946, Aeriform offers the widest range of specialty gas products in the Texas Gulf Coast in a variety of packaging options, as well as welding equipment and supplies.
Aeriform President and CEO Michael Logan commented, "The gas industry is highly fragmented and continues to consolidate.