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Genoa Capital Partners Announces Completion Of Financing For Mello De Enterprises
Genoa Capital Partners today announced the completion of a debt and working capital financing for Southern California-based Mello De Enterprises
Dan Dalfiume, Principal
Genoa Capital Partners
GENOA CAPITAL PARTNERS ANNOUNCES COMPLETION OF FINANCING FOR MELLO DE ENTERPRISES
NEWPORT BEACH, CA – Genoa Capital Partners, a Southern California merchant bank and advisory firm focused on the small to middle market, today announced the completion of a debt and working capital financing for Southern California-based Mello De Enterprises, a California-based agricultural plastics recycler.
About Mello De Enterprises, Inc.
Mello De Enterprises, Inc. is focused on creating a cleaner environment not only during this present time but also for the future generations of America. Mello De Enterprises, Inc. recycles agricultural plastics that would otherwise end up in landfills. Last year alone Mello De Enterprises, Inc is responsible for keeping over 3 million pounds of plastic waste out of California landfills. The process we use breaks down the plastics and allows them to be recycled and reused for other products around the world.
Mello De Enterprises, Inc. is dedicated to helping to create a greener America as well as to help boost the economy by doing our part to create jobs, and keep as much agricultural plastic waste as possible out of our landfills. To date we have kept over 10 million pounds of plastic waste out of these landfills and by doing so we are also helping to keep California's air a little cleaner.
About Genoa Capital
Genoa Capital Partners is a Southern California merchant bank and advisory firm focused on the small to middle market. In conjunction with respected capital sources and lending institutions, the Company facilitates leveraged buyouts, management buyouts, recapitalizations and credit facilities with privately held businesses.
Genoa Capital’s specialist advisory services bring an end-to-end solution to management teams: evaluating strategic options, defining key objectives, developing action plans, and executing transactions. The advisory group works alongside companies that are under-capitalized, with recent poor operating and economic performance;