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The Jordan Company Overview

The Jordan Company is a private equity firm focused on leveraged buyout and management buyout investments in smaller middle-market companies across a range of industries.

Category

Middle Market

Continent

North America

HQ Location

New York, NY

BuildRI Category Rating

5/5

Responsible Investment Rating

5/5

Value Builder Rating

4/5

Stakeholder Rating

0/5

Key Value Builder Features1

  • Focused Digital Strategy
  • In-house Digital Expertise
  • Operational Improvement Strategy
  • Dedicated Operational Improvement Team

1. Key Value Builder Features are determined by the BuildRI research team based upon publicly-available information and input from 3rd parties, including the firm in certain circumstances.

Value Creation Examples

CFS

Contributing Source: ESG Report

CFS considers sustainability as a core aspect of its operations and product development, creating environmentally friendly products using sustainable materials to help customers achieve their ESG goals. In 2023, CFS launched the ecoLogic option in San Jamar’s Classic line of soap/lotion, tissue, and towel dispensers, made from 100% ABS resin sourced from landfills. The dispensers are packaged in recycled and recyclable cardboard boxes and biodegradable bags containing up to 20% plant-based polymer, reducing their carbon footprint. That same year, CFS began measuring waste production and landfill diversion rates, identifying opportunities for internal re-use and recycling with third parties. Their Santa Fe, Oklahoma facility piloted these recycling efforts, which have since expanded to five other sites, resulting in over 75% of post-production waste being recycled. CFS also tracks energy usage across its 11 facilities, identifying opportunities for efficiency improvements, such as updating to LED lighting, and began annual carbon emissions measurements in 2023 to further enhance their sustainability efforts.

Bojangles

Contributing Source: ESG Report

Bojangles partners with The Greg Olsen Foundation to support families of children with congenital heart disease by providing in-home nursing care and comprehensive medical services. Along with financial support, Bojangles donates heart-shaped biscuits and other items to pediatric cardiac unit staff to show appreciation for their care in the Carolinas. Additionally, Bojangles supports The Children’s Attention Home in York County through The Bojangles Foundation Fund. This Home offers emergency shelter and long-term residential care for abused, abandoned, and neglected children in South Carolina.

ARCH Global Precision

Contributing Source: Responsibility | TJC

ARCH has 26 facilities, and it centralized safety management to standardize safety practices across all its locations. This endeavor resulted in a $237,000 decrease in workman's compensation insurance premiums during the 2022 renewal. The reduction reflects recent enhancements in safety records at ARCH's manufacturing sites in the states where they operate.

Potters

Contributing Source: Responsibility | TJC

Potters' manufacturing process heavily relies on glass as the primary input. However, the company has successfully increased its usage of recycled glass inputs to around 90%, enabling the recycling of over one billion pounds of glass annually. This effort aligns with Potters' objective of minimizing its environmental impact and aids its customers in fulfilling their sustainability goals as well.

Sunny Sky

Contributing Source: Responsibility | TJC

Sunny Sky needs to use several layers of packaging to distribute their beverage products due to their shape and size. Initially, they used multiple cardboard boxes, which proved to be expensive and heavy, resulting in a larger carbon footprint for product shipment. Sunny Sky explored various alternatives to cardboard boxes and ultimately decided to acquire equipment for shrink-wrapping certain products in 100% recyclable plastic for their customers. This approach not only minimizes the usage of virgin materials in their packaging process but also decreases the weight of their products. The reduced weight of their products means less fuel is required for delivery, leading to a lower carbon footprint.

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