About Us

Dyson, Dyson & Dunn, Inc. is a private holding company actively searching for profitable manufacturing and distribution companies to acquire. Founded in 1981 with the objective of acquiring well run and profitable companies where operating changes are not needed, Dyson, Dyson & Dunn, Inc. today owns and operates ten companies with sales over $300 million.

As long-term investors, we believe that good companies are the result of good management; we do not change the culture of an acquired company and prefer that current management continues. We are not brokers, intermediaries or investment bankers. We seek to expand by acquiring profitable and well run industrial product companies. Dyson, Dyson & Dunn, Inc. has no outside investors and typically is able to complete a transaction with no finance contingencies.

Operating Philosophy

We believe that good companies are the result of good management. We will only acquire good companies and we will encourage good management to remain.

An acquired company can do best when its management has the resources available to grow and be innovative.

We encourage management to grow and innovate by providing the autonomy to operate in a manner that allows prompt decisions and rapid responses to the marketplace.

Companies can best grow, innovate and respond when their owners are dedicated to the viewpoint of owning the business for the long-term. We feel that businesses prosper under long term commitments by the owners, as well as having adequate financing to grow in the future.

We maintain the belief that management should participate in an incentive plan that properly awards post-acquisition growth and profitability.

History and Background

Dyson, Dyson & Dunn was founded in 1981 with the objective of acquiring middle-market companies. We have consistently focused on companies in the areas of Industrial Manufacturing, Distribution and Services.

We have completed a number of transactions involving operating companies. We have a history of responding promptly to an acquisition opportunity, and have demonstrated the ability to analyze the transaction and to proceed through to closing in an efficient manner. In all cases, the transactions were cash purchases completed in less than 90 days from letter of intent to closing of the sale.

We are aware of the concerns of a seller for confidentiality, and our acquisitions have been completed with a minimum of disturbance to the company personnel and customers.

All of our business dealings tend to focus on the people side of the equation as we firmly believe that this is the most critical aspect. In all of our acquisitions we have worked with the sellers to achieve their desired goals, while providing a firm financial base for the future growth of the company.

Intermediaries

We realize the effort involved in finding the right companies that meet our acquisition requirements, therefore we pay customary brokerage fees. In the absence of an agreement for a seller paid fee, we gladly compensate intermediaries who introduce us to companies which we acquire.

Detailed Acquisition Criteria

  • Our primary interest is in Industrial Manufacturing, Industrial Distribution and Industrial Service companies.
  • We look for companies with annual revenues of up to $150 million that are headquartered in the United States and/or Canada. The company can have locations anywhere in the world.
  • The company must have a history of profitable operation. We have no interest in start-up or turnaround situations.
  • It is our desire to retain capable existing management or to work with a transitional management team. We will operate using periodic reports and a Board of Directors.
  • The acquisition price of the company can be up to $150 million.
  • Acquisitions will be made with cash.
  • We require control. While we prefer to acquire 100% ownership, management participation is a possibility.
  • We are interested in privately or publicly held companies including corporate divestitures.
  Standalone Add-ons
Sales Volume: Minimum of $15 Million Not critical
Minimum Profits: $1 million pretax (Midwest)
$1.5 million (other regions)
More than Breakeven
Profit History: History of profits
NO turnarounds
NO startups/venture capital
History of profits
Management Requirements: Prefer entire team remain;
Can work with retirement plans and orderly succession of second level management
Flexible; will need to review staff levels/overlaps
Purchase Price: Up to $150 million No min/max set
Deal Structure: All Cash purchase,
can accommodate seller's tax needs
All Cash purchase
Ownership: Prefer 100%;
Management participation a possibility via the use of Phantom Stock
100% required

We seek Industrial Manufacturing, Distribution and Service companies that have a history of profitable operations. It is our desire for management to remain or for the second tier of management to move up. Standalone companies need to have a sales volume of at least $15 million, while add-ons can be of any size. We do not require standalones to be 'strategic' or 'synergistic'. We prefer companies to be headquartered in the United States and/or Canada.

We seek privately held or public companies that can fit as standalone acquisitions or add-ons to our existing operations.

Our Portfolio

Click on a company name for additional information
Am-Dyn-Ic Is a stocking distributor and service center for hydraulic components. Focused toward the mobile hydraulics marketplace, Am-Dyn-Ic services a customer base of construction, solid waste, municipal, and other users of similar types of mobile equipment.
Central States Casters Specialists in Casters for Industrial, Commercial and Retail material handling applications where a customer requires off-the-shelf delivery or access to special application products custom made for specific needs.
Designatronics Designatronics is the nation's leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of small mechanical, electro-mechanical motion control components and sub-assemblies.
Glendo, LLC Glendo designs and manufactures unique hand engraving equipment for jewelers and artisans. Located in Emporia, Kansas, Glendo equipment allows hand engraving using innovative air powered technology. Manufacturing takes place in-house where machine capability and tight quality control permit customization and quick design improvements.
Grobet File Company of America Grobet is a leading global manufacturer and value added distributor of specialty tools and asccessories for the jewelry, industrial, optical, professional, hobby and dental markets. The company has locations in Carlstadt, New Jersey; Cheyenne, Wyoming; Toronto, Canada; and Vallorbe, Switzerland.
Johnson Hardware Distributes builders hardware, residential hardware, fire and safety doors and tools to the building construction industry. The company supplies door hardware, exit devices, building access control systems, steel fire and safety doors and related products to large and small commercial and residential buildings.
McGard McGard's quality wheel locks and specialty security and anti-tampering products are recognized worldwide. McGard locks are used extensively in the marine and automotive industries, while the Special Products Division of McGard serves a wide cross section of industry and public service entities.
Roto-Mix A leading manufacturer of feed mixers, compost mixers and waste disposal spreaders sold to the Dairy and Beef cattle industry. With manufacturing locations in Dodge City and Hoisington, Kansas, the company has a dealer network to provide products and service to their customers around the world.
Varbros, LLC
Trimline Die
A world class, high production stamping company that focuses on parts that are difficult to stamp, have complex tooling and require tight quality control. Varbros, along with Trimline Die, produces parts, and the dies to make them, for the heavy-duty truck aftermarket, automotive and consumer industries.

Am-Dyn-Ic Fluid Power, Inc.

Am-Dyn-Ic Fluid Power, Inc. is a distributor and service center for hydraulic components. The product offering and service facilities are focused toward the mobile hydraulics marketplace, such as construction and logging machinery, solid waste equipment, and similar applications involving mobile equipment. In addition to an inventory of components from the major manufacturers, Am-Dyn-Ic has the capability and equipment to service and repair hydraulic components. The company operates from its headquarters located in Chesterfield, MI (near Detroit) and has two branch locations, Detroit and Grand Rapids. The Grand Rapids facility has full manufacturing capabilities, and allows the company to cover the entire state of Michigan.

For more information visit: http://www.adifp.com

Major suppliers include:

  • Commercial Intertech, a Parker Hannifin company
  • Parker Hannifin
  • Gresen
  • Weatherhead
  • Custom Hoist
  • Energy
  • Tyrone (Gresen)
  • Zinga
Am-Dyn-IC operates in the following NAICS Codes:
423810 Construction and Mining (except oil well) Machinery and Equipment Wholesalers
423840 Industrial Supplies Merchant Wholesalers

Acquisition thinking:

Acquisitions in these areas cover many potential candidates. The main focus should be toward the mobile hydraulics market, with the capability to provide product service for the customer in addition to the sales and distribution.

Candidates that provide sales and service would ideally be either smaller companies that would provide market area expansion or market concentration. Larger companies would work well with our plans to expand beyond the Michigan marketplace into surrounding states in the Midwest.

Central States Casters

Founded in Wisconsin in 1995 by Mark and Robert Stockinger, the idea for the company actually began a number of years earlier when Mark and Robert began selling products in the material handling industry in Little Rock, Arkansas. After several years, they moved to Appleton, WI. In the first three years of operation in Wisconsin, the company grew 50+% each year. In 2000, the company relocated in Appleton to a brand new facility, four times larger than their first location. In 2007 a new addition was built due to continued growth.

Products are offered to a wide range of industries, and are used in industrial, commercial and retail applications. In addition to standard casters which are available in thousands of models and styles, Central States custom engineers and fabricates caster systems for specific customer needs. Sales are via a comprehensive in-house sales and engineering staff and Central has access to supplier engineering staff who can provide custom application and material handling expertise.

For more information visit: http://www.csccaster.com

Central States Casters operates in the following NAICS codes:
332999 All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing
423440 Other Commercial Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
423830 Industrial Machinery and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers

Acquisition thinking:

Specialist caster companies who need distribution or additional manufacturing space.

Material handling equipment manufacturing companies with a product specialty.

Designatronics

Designatronics is the nation's leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of small mechanical, electro-mechanical motion control components and sub-assemblies. Designatronics stocks 64,000 SKU's of small automation and linear motion components that are ready for immediate delivery. Through its Stock Drive Products, Sterling Instruments and Quality Transmission Components divisions, Designatronics sells to OEM's and equipment users in medical, office equipment, plant maintenance, electronics, computer, communications and other industries.

For more information visit: http://www.sdp-si.com

Designatronics operates in the following NAICS codes:
326220 Rubber and Plastic Hoses and Belting Manufacturing
333612 Speed Changer, Industrial High Speed Drive and Gear Manufacturing
333613 Mechanical Power Transmission Manufacturing
333999 All Other Miscellaneous General Purpose Machinery Manufacturing
423440 Other Commercial Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
All of these codes apply to some part of the production or distribution within Designatronics. Frankly, no one code captures the focus of the company.

Acquisition thinking:

Small "tangent" product companies that manufacture components that can tie into the distribution system.

Small suppliers that currently manufacture components sold by Designatronics. (Vertical Integration)

Larger standalone companies that have sales of product to OEM users and could expand their markets via Designatronics distribution group. (Similar to #2, but on a larger scale)

Glendo, LLC

From its origins in 1965 at the hands of Donald A. Glaser, Glendo has created a series of tools designed for the Jewelry and Engraving arts. When Don created the unique technology, it revolutionized hand engraving by using air powered tools with innovative design and world class technology to allow jewelers and artisans to engrave metals, set gemstones, and carve fine woods and scrimshaw. The tools allow the artist to work with less fatigue. Using Glendo technology allows them put their energy into the creative process, saving time and making each project less complicated.

Based in Emporia, Kansas, DJ Glaser (Don’s son), Kim Pember and the entire Glendo Team continue to design and manufacture innovative new products and supplies that are sold to Professionals and beginners world-wide. Combined with advanced machining capability and tight Quality Control, the dozens of tools manufactured have an international following.

For more information visit: http://www.glendo.com

Glendo operates in the following NAICS codes:
339913 Jewelers Material and Lapidary Work Manufacturing
332212 Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing

Acquisition thinking:

Companies with related equipment that serve the jewelry and engraving industry.

Highly specialized tool designs that expand the industries served by Glendo

Product lines that supply tooling and supplies to the engraving industry.

Related equipment that compliments the needs of a Jeweler when working at their ’bench’.

Grobet File Company of America

Grobet is a leading global manufacturer and value-added distributor of specialty tools and accessories. Founded in 1915, Grobet offers its diverse portfolio of products to over 5000 customers in more than 50 countries and its products are used in the jewelry, industrial, optical, professional, hobby and dental marketplaces. The company has distribution facilities in Carlstadt, New Jersey and Toronto, Canada and manufacturing facilities in Cheyenne, Wyoming and Vallorbe, Switzerland.

Grobet sources product for distribution from over 25 countries and combines them into a portfolio of specialty brandnames. The company has become the resource for specialty tools and accessories for distributors, Original Equipment Manufacturers and retailers around the globe. Grobet, through its Scies Miniatures subsidiary in Vallorbe, Switzerland, is the world’s leading manufacturer of miniature jewelers sawblades. The Swiss operation also makes a wide variety of miniature specialty saw blades used in industry and hobby. The Cheyenne facility manufactures carbide tooling, brushes and jewelers equipment used around the world in diverse applications from precision metal working to shipbuilding.

For more information visit: http://www.grobetusa.com

Grobet operates in the following NAICS codes:
332212 Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing
332213 Saw Blade and Handsaw Manufacturing
339114 Dental Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing
339115 Ophthalmic Goods Manufacturing
339913 Jewelers’ Material and Lapidary Work Manufacturing
42345 Medical, Dental, and Hospital Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
42346 Ophthalmic Goods Merchant Wholesalers
42394 Jewelry, Watch, Precious Stone and Precious Metal Merchant Wholesalers

Acquisition thinking:

Niche manufacturing companies that sell to the same markets (and who may be a supplier to Grobet)

Specialty saw blade manufacturers who could be located anywhere in the world

Specialty Tool and supply distributors who would complement Grobet’s product offering in either the same markets or new ones in any geography.

Johnson Hardware Company

Johnson Hardware Company was founded in 1855 and is the oldest company in Nebraska. The company is based in Omaha, with branch locations in Lincoln, North Platte, and Grand Island, Nebraska and Dodge Center, Minnesota.

Johnson distributes builders tools and hardware including locks, exit devices, door latches and keysets, building access control systems, hinges and door control products, residential builders hardware, along with a broad selection of building and hardware accessories. They manufacture steel fire and safety door systems, and provide their customers with prehung wood door units for fire door applications.

For more information visit: http://www.jhcomaha.com

Major vendors include:

  • Schlage
  • Von Duprin
  • LCN
  • Ives
  • Glynn Johnson
  • Sargent

Johnson has five operating divisions:

Johnson Industrial works with large and small construction companies located in Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and South Dakota. Most customers are involved in the commercial construction trade, but a number of the customers are residential builders. These companies can access the entire product offering, including the manufactured door systems.

Omaha Wholesale Hardware sells nationwide to contractors and builders. Using traditional and wholesale sales techniques, OWH distributes the full product offering of builders hardware.

Johnson Contract Division works with architects to determine product specifications for doors, building hardware and related products during the project design phase. Available to all customers, this "take-off" service typically leads to the purchase of the specified products during construction.

Electronic Access Control designs, and installs high security, customer friendly access and lock control systems.

Residential Hardware and Doors is based in Omaha and the division sells door and door hardware to builders in the residential new home and remodel markets.

Johnson operates in the following NAICS Codes:
332321 Metal Window and Door Manufacturing
423610 Electrical Apparatus and Equipment, Wiring Supplies and Related Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
423840 Industrial Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
561621 Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths)

Acquisition thinking:

Small local or regional competitors that distribute builders hardware to the contractors and builders.

Small local or regional Fire and Safety Door manufacturers or distributors that are currently competitors to Johnson in those product areas.

Larger companies in nearby regions that are not competitors, but are distributing similar products in the same industry, and would represent a geographic expansion.

Small local or regional competitors engaged in the Electronic Access marketplace.

McGard

McGard's quality wheel locks and specialty security products are recognized worldwide. In 1966, Lew McCauley designed and patented a security nut to prevent theft of automobile rims and tires. From that idea, L. D. McCauley and McGard have become the world's leading manufacturer of mechanical anti-theft and anti-tampering devices. Highly engineered specialty products are manufactured to meet the needs of a broad range of customers, all of whom are seeking a security solution for their application. In addition to the McGard locks used extensively in the marine and automotive industries, the Special Products Division of McGard serves a wide cross section of industry and public service entities. Operating out of a 317,000 square foot facility in Orchard Park, NY, manufacturing is also carried out in Germany utilizing a new 6,950 square meter (75,000 sq. ft.) facility. The Asian marketplace is served by a sales and marketing facility in Japan. The company is ISO/TS 16949 certified.

For more information visit: http://www.mcgard.com

McGard operates in the following NAICS codes:
332116 Metal Stamping
332510 Hardware Manufacturing
332721 Precision Turned Product Manufacturing
332813 Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and Coloring
336330 Motor Vehicle Steering and Suspension Components
33639 Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing

Acquisition thinking:

Niche automotive aftermarket suppliers and manufacturers that would extend McGard's product offering and market reach.

Specialty lock or fastener or hardware manufacturers that bring new technology, applications or markets to SPD.

Specialist fastener manufacturers using high technology materials and production processes.

Roto-Mix

In 1961 Ben Neier had an idea for a better feed mixer for the Beef feedlot industry. Starting in a garage in Mullinville, Kansas, Ben built the first mixer that would become the standard of the industry. Ben’s innovative engineering and dedication to the needs of the Beef feedlot operator and the Dairy industry started a progression of mixers and spreaders that are now sold under the Roto-Mix and Oswalt names. Operating from two manufacturing facilities located in Dodge City and Hosington, Kansas, Roto-Mix builds a broad range of Feed Mixers (both horizontal and vertical models), Feed Delivery Boxes and Compost Mixers, along with Waste Disposal machines that are sold to Dairy farmers and Beef feedlots and are used in commercial and industrial applications worldwide. The company has sales and service offices in Dodge City and Scott City, Kansas, and full-service dealers located throughout the USA and overseas.

For more information visit: http://roto-mix.com

Roto-Mix operates in the following NAICS Codes:
33311 Agricultural Implement Manufacturing
333111 Farm Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
33329 Other Industrial Machinery Manufacturing

Acquisition thinking:

North American manufacturers of similar machinery selling to the Dairy and Beef cattle industry. These manufacturers could be small or large.

Corporate spin-offs of product lines that compete with Roto-Mix; these could be smaller acquisitions.

Manufacturers of products sold into the same markets where the engineering and manufacturing skills of Roto-Mix will be a aid in further growth.

Overseas manufacturers of related machinery with dominant market share in their local marketplace.

Varbros, LLC – Trimline Die

Varbros is a world class, high production metal stamping company located in the Cleveland area. The company focuses on parts that are difficult to stamp, have complex tooling, and require tight quality control.

Varbros began as a small 700 square foot operation in 1951. The company has grown to include three companies in three facilities totaling more than 200,000 square feet in the suburbs of Cleveland, OH. In 1958, Varbros began production of parts for a revolutionary product, the disposable spin-on oil filter. The in-house processes for these parts include progressive dies and unique tapping tooling that make the company one of a very limited number of production facilities in the world for these products.

Supplying parts that require high quality critical applications, Varbros currently produces components for the heavy-duty truck aftermarket, automotive and consumer industries. Operating under QS9000 and ISO 9002 standards, all three companies focus on high volume, complex parts and avoid low-end, low volume stampings.

For more information visit: http://www.varbroscorp.com

Varbros operates in the following NAICS codes:
332116 Metal Stamping
332999 All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Production Manufacturing
333514 Special Die and Tool, Die Set, Jig, and Fixture Manufacturing

Acquisition thinking:

Companies manufacturing proprietary stamped metal products that are produced in long run, high volume environments.

Highly specialized product or market extensions for the stamping areas of Varbros and Trimline.

Companies that create products for different customers or different markets than those currently served by Varbros or Trimline. These companies should share a similar focus regarding complex parts with difficult tooling.

The expansion of the specialized tool making capability of Varbros Tool and Die.

Add-On acquisitions by individual company

Am-Dyn-Ic Fluid Power, Inc. (NAICS Codes 423810, 423860)

Established in 1970, Am-Dyn-Ic is a stocking distributor and service center for hydraulic components. Focused toward the mobile hydraulics marketplace, Am-Dyn-Ic services a customer base of construction, solid waste, municipal, and other users of similar types of mobile equipment. The company is headquartered in Chesterfield, MI and serves the Michigan market area with 10,000 items in stock and service facilities at each location.

Smaller Fluid Power distributors, with or without service centers, in the same market area (Michigan) to provide greater local market presence.

Larger Fluid Power distributors and service centers in nearby states (Midwest) that can provide steps to consolidate the industry.

Central States Casters (NAICS Codes 332299, 423440, 423830)

Specialists in Casters for Industrial, Commercial and Retail material handling applications where a customer requires off-the-shelf delivery or access to special application products custom made for specific needs.

Specialist caster companies who need distribution or additional manufacturing space.

Material handling equipment manufacturing companies with a product specialty.

Designatronics (NAICS Codes 326220, 333612, 333613, 333999, 423440)

Designatronics is the nation's leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of small mechanical, electro-mechanical motion control components and sub-assemblies. Designatronics stocks 64,000 small automation and linear motion components that are ready for immediate delivery. Through its Stock Drive Products, Sterling Instruments and Quality Transmission Components divisions, Designatronics sells to OEM's and equipment users in medical, office equipment, plant maintenance, electronics, computer, communications and other industries.

Small "tangent" product companies that manufacture components that can tie into the distribution system.

Small suppliers that currently manufacture components sold by Designatronics. (Vertical integration)

Larger standalone companies that have sales of product to OEM users and could expand their markets via Designatronics distribution group. (similar to above, but larger)

Component manufacturers that are competitors, in some way, to Designatronics where the addition of the acquisition would broaden the marketplace penetration of both companies.

Grobet File Company of America (NAICS Codes 332212, 332213, 339114, 339115, 339913, 42345, 42346)

Grobet, founded in 1915 with a corporate history back to 1834, manufactures and distributes specialty tools and accessories to customers in the jewelry, industrial, optical, professional, hobby and dental markets. Grobet sells worldwide to customers in 50 countries. Grobet sources products for distribution in 25 different countries and has in house manufacturing facilities in the USA and Switzerland.

Acquisitions could include small manufacturing suppliers who currently sell to Grobet.

Manufacturers who have a distribution system and who are not a supplier to Grobet currently. This manufacturer could be selling to different markets, and the product offering could be an expansion of the product Grobet offers.

Manufacturers who have sales of product to OEM customers in the same markets as Grobet and who would benefit from the worldwide distribution that Grobet can provide.

Distributors who compete in some way with Grobet either in the USA or elsewhere who would bring different customers or access to different markets.

Johnson Hardware (NAICS Codes 332321, 423610, 423840, 561621)

Johnson Hardware is the leading distributor of builders hardware in the Nebraska market. As a master distributor for all of the top product lines in the builders hardware industry, Johnson Hardware sells a full product offering to the contractor marketplace.

Small local or regional competitors engaged in the Electronic Access marketplace.

Small local or regional competitors that distribute builders hardware to commercial or residential contractors and builders.

Small local or regional Fire and Safety Door manufacturers or distributors that are currently competitors to Johnson in those product areas.

Larger companies in nearby regions that are not competitors, but are in the same industry that would represent a geographic expansion.

McGard (NAICS Codes 332721, 332813, 336330, 33639)

McGard's quality wheel locks and specialty security and anti-tampering products are recognized worldwide. McGard locks are used extensively in the marine and automotive industries, while the Special Products Division of McGard serves a wide cross section of industry and public service entities.

Automotive aftermarket or OEM suppliers.

Specialist fastener manufacturers using high technology materials and production processes.

Specialty lock, fastener, or hardware manufacturers with new technology or markets for SPD.

Roto-Mix (NAICS Codes 33311, 333111, 33329)

Beginning in 1961, Roto-Mix builds industry leading feed mixers, compost mixers and waste disposal spreaders for the Beef and Dairy cattle industry. Operating from manufacturing locations in Dodge City and Hoisington, Kansas with sales and service facilities in Dodge City and Scott City, Kansas, Roto-Mix supplies product to a worldwide network of dealers and customers.

Corporate spin-offs of similar product lines.

Smaller manufacturers of compatible products sold to niche customers where the manufacturer has a dominant market position and would benefit from the engineering and manufacturing skill at Roto-Mix.

Varbros, LLC and Trimline Die (NAICS Codes 332999, 333514)

As a world class, high production stamping company, Varbros focuses on parts that are difficult to stamp, have complex tooling and require tight quality control. Varbros, along with Trimline Die, produces parts and the dies to make them for the heavy-duty truck aftermarket, automotive and consumer industries.

Proprietary stamped metal products produced in long run, high volume environments.

Highly specialized product or market extensions for the stamping areas of Varbros and Trimline.

Companies that create complex parts with difficult tooling for different customers or different markets than those currently served by Varbros or Trimline.

Expansion of the specialized tool making capacity of Varbros.

NAICS Listing

= Of interest
= Portfolio company involved in this area
3161 Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing
3261999 All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing
326220 Rubber and Plastics Hoses and Belting Manufacturing
326299 All Other Rubber Product Manufacturing
332 Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing
33211 Forging and stamping
332212 Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing
332213 Saw Blade and Handsaw Manufacturing
332722 Bolt, Nut, Screw, Rivet, and Washer Manufacturing
33311 Agricultural Implement Manufacturing
333111 Farm Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
333514 Special Die and Tool, Die Set, Jig, and Fixture Manufacturing
333612 Speed Changer, Industrial High-Speed Drive and Gear Manufacturing
333613 Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment Manufacturing
335314 Relay and Industrial Control Manufacturing
335991 Carbon and Graphite Product Manufacturing
33633 Motor Vehicle Steering and Suspension Components (except Spring) Manufacturing
33639 Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing
339114 Dental Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing
339115 Ophthalmic Goods Manufacturing
339913 Jewelers’ Material and Lapidary Work Manufacturing
337127 Institutional Furniture Manufacturing
339991 Gasket, Packing and Sealing Device Manufacturing
42345 Medical, Dental, and Hospital Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
42346 Ophthalmic Goods Merchant Wholesalers
423440 Other Commercial Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
423830 Industrial Machinery and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
4238 Machinery, Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
42394 Jewelry, Watch, Precious Stone and Precious Metal Merchant Wholesalers
561621 Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths)
561790 Other Services to Buildings and Dwellings
811310 Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and Maintenance

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Principals

Barbara B. Dyson
Peter L. Dyson

Director

Michael A. Walsh


Contact Addresses

DYSON, DYSON & DUNN, INC.
566 Chestnut Street
Suite 7
Winnetka, IL 60093
Phone: 847-441-5517
FAX: 847-441-5518
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