Harbour Group Industries

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Harbour Group Industries
Privately held company
Industry Private Equity
Founded 1976
Founder Sam Fox
Headquarters St. Louis, United States
Key people

Jeff Fox (CEO)

Gregory Fox (President)[1]
Revenue Increase US$1.6 billion (2016)[2]
Owner Sam Fox
Website www.harbourgroup.com

Harbour Group Industries is an American privately owned diversified investment corporation, headquartered in St. Louis. The company was founded in 1976 and is invested heavily in North American manufacturing companies involved in several diverse sectors, including auto accessories, plastic-processing equipment, music, and entertainment. Until 2007, founder and former CEO Sam Fox controlled Harbour Group, but he resigned his position to assume his role as the United States Ambassador to Belgium.[3]

The firm was founded in 1976 by Sam Fox, it is one of the largest privately owned companies in the U.S., with estimated annual revenue of $1.6 billion.[4] Its operating companies manufacture and distribute products in multiple industries, including flow and energy measurement, boiler systems, professional diagnostic and repair tools, specialty LED systems, niche distribution, logistics services, decorative kitchen and bath hardware, abrasives, diamond-cutting products and related tools, entertainment and music products, and auxiliary plastic processing equipment. Since its founding in 1976, Harbour Group has acquired and grown the revenues of 193 companies, each worth between $30 and $500 million[5] on dates of acquisition, in 41 different industries.

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