Private equity firm GHK Capital Partners LP completed the acquisition of Dura Supreme Cabinetry from the second-generation founding family.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
As part of the transaction, Tony Sugalski joined the cabinetry manufacturer as CEO, while COO Perry Fails will take on additional responsibility as president of the company. All other key senior executives will be retained.
Harris Williams & Co. advised and Moss & Barnett LLC represented the sellers. Day Pitney LLP represented GHK.
Dura Supreme is a family-owned manufacturer of premium semi-custom and custom cabinetry, distributed through a network of third-party dealers.
GHK Capital Partners invests in the industrials sector and targets companies with between $15 million and $40 million of EBITDA.