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  • The world's leading manufacturer of cars and trucks
  • The world's largest thermosetting resins (thermosets) manufacturer
  • The third-largest tire manufacturer in the world, with more than 60 plants worldwide and 1,800 retail tire and auto centers
  • One of the world's largest oilseed, corn, and wheat processors, with more than 240 plants
  • One of the world's largest car and truck manufacturers
  • A global engineering and construction firm active in offshore oil and gas construction, power generation systems, and government contracting
  • A conglomerate with operations in industry-focused lines, including commercial finance, healthcare, infrastructure, and industrial and household manufacturing
  • A leading international design, engineering, and contracting firm
  • The second-largest waste management company in the United States, with 10 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers
  • A producer of coated and uncoated printing and publishing papers, with papermaking facilities in the United States and the United Kingdom
  • Prior to acquisition, client was the third-largest manufacturer of heating, ventilating, HVAC, and refrigeration equipment in the United States
  • A leading foodservice contractor specializing in healthcare industry clients, operating food courts in some of the largest hospital systems in the U.S. and providing dining services for more than 250 senior living communities throughout the country
  • A top U.S. player in industrial construction, contract maintenance, and outsourcing, whose customers include oil refiners, petrochemical companies, power generators, and pulp and paper mills
  • A medical technology company that develops and manufactures a wide range of surgical and medical procedure instruments, and sells them in more than 100 countries
  • A North American subsidiary of a German tire and automotive component manufacturer that manufactures tires for cars, trucks, SUVs, motor homes, and industrial vehicles
  • A commercial and residential vacuum cleaner manufacturer that sells its product throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe
  • A chemical manufacturer that produces surfactants, cosmetics, pharmaceutical ingredients, rare earth materials, agricultural chemicals, and engineering plastics
  • A private-label foodservice products manufacturer
  • A regional food manufacturer that sells to large U.S. chain grocers, primarily in the South
  • A steel mill operator with multiple locations on the Mississippi River
  • A company providing strategic energy management services
  • A subsidiary of an engineering group that offers project management, engineering, and subsea trenching services