Hadley Capital Acquires Pneumatic Conveying, Inc.
February 28, 2017 - 1 min read
Hadley Capital recently acquired Pneumatic Conveying, Inc., a manufacturer of turnkey and custom pneumatic conveying systems. Hadley Capital acquired the business from Wayland Gillespie, in partnership with Wayland's son, Warren Gillespie. Wayland founded Pneu-Con nearly 30 years ago. Hadley Capital and Warren Gillespie plan to develop a long-term plan for building on Pneu-Con's reputation for deep engineering expertise and manufacturing high-quality systems that perform to specific application demands.
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More about Pneu-Con
Pneu-Con designs, manufactures and installs turnkey and custom pneumatic conveying systems that serve as a critical component of dry bulk material handling systems. Pneu-Con serves a broad spectrum of the commercial economy including food, plastic, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, chemical, and agriculture industries, among many others. Pneu-Con is based in Ontario, California, east of Los Angeles.
The Company’s web address is www.pneumaticconveyingsolutions.com.
Scott founded Hadley Capital in 1998 with the idea of bringing a professional approach to the small company market and a passion for working with small company owners. It’s in his blood…he grew up visiting small companies on family vacations with his dad who was also a small company investor.
Scott works with Gillinder Glass, Filter Holdings, Custom Label, GT Schmidt, New Age Cryo, Harris Seeds, ISS, and W.C. Rouse. He was previously the chairman of the board of Packaging Specialists, JRI Industries and Kelatron, all former Hadley companies. Scott currently chairs the Hadley Institute for the Blind Board of Trustees (no affiliation).
He enjoys traveling with his family, flying (instrument rated pilot), rock climbing, golf, paddle tennis, water skiing and unwinds with beekeeping. He holds a BA from Duke University and received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Scott and his wife Erin have two grown children.