|Founder||E. Bronson Ingram II|
|Orrin H. Ingram II (CEO)|
|Revenue||US$2.12 billion (2014)|
Number of employees
Ingram Industries is a manufacturing company headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. The company consists of diversified businesses in marine transportation aggregate supply, book distribution, print on demand book manufacturing, management and distribution services. Ingram's businesses are divided into two units: Ingram Marine Group and Ingram Content Group.
In 1989, Micro D, a wholesaler of personal computer products, agreed to be acquired by Ingram Industries in a $43.9-million deal.
In 2002, Ingram Industries acquired Midland Enterprises, a company that owns 2,300 barges and 80 towboats. Ingram made the acquisition for $230 million and assumed $135 million of debt as a result.
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- Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce: Ingram Industries