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USSC enters partnership with investment firm

Posted on August 6, 2015

USSC, manufacturer of innovative safety and survivability solutions for extreme-duty, niche transportation markets, entered into a strategic partnership with Dubin Clark & Co., a private investment firm with a 30-year history of investing in middle-market companies and building businesses in partnership with existing management teams.

USSC will continue to operate its product divisions USSC, GSS, FMNA and partnership 4ONE. The partnership with Dubin Clark will allow USSC to continue its strong growth both organically and through purposefully aligned acquisitions. Reaffirming their commitment to USSC, its customers and its mission, members of the USSC executive team have become equity owners in the business.

“We are excited to be partnering with Dubin Clark,” said Christian Hammarskjold, CEO at USSC. “Dubin Clark has a strong, national reputation for facilitating company growth and developing new strategies. This partnership with Dubin Clark will enable us to reach our future goals.”

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