Philadelphia PA – March 22, 2013 – K-2 Partners, LLC today announced that Mike Boehringer is joining the company in the role of Director. Boehringer has crammed a lot of activity and experience into his business life and he is no stranger to anyone associated with the Secure Destruction industry.
After a consulting background with Andersen Consulting, his introduction to the industry came in 1992, with the founding of the family business in Macedonia Ohio, called Shredding Solutions. When the business was acquired by Iron Mountain, Boehringer founded EZ Shred, LLC and developed the popular EZ Shred industry-specific software application, which he later also successfully sold.
In 2008 he joined 3GS, LLC a Private Equity backed company wishing to execute a shredding industry roll-up strategy. As Chief Operating Officer, he led the company through 23 acquisitions in the first 43 months of its existence and ultimately managed more than 150 employees. In 2012 he played an important role in the sale of the company to Cintas.
Boehringer is also a Partner in Landridge Development, a commercial real estate development firm, as well as the Managing Partner at Hudson Capital Partners, a small Private Equity group.
“We are pleased to have Mike join K-2. His experience and professionalism are a great ‘fit’ for our company. He is well known in the industry, has extensive connections and will allow us to expand our bandwidth”, said Bob Miller, Partner, K-2 Partners, LLC.
K-2 Partners recently announced that it had closed 11 deals during 2012 and a total of 19 transactions since its founding in mid-2010. The company also surpassed the $400 million mark in aggregate deal value.
“We are very excited about Mike joining out team”, said Vlad Vasak, one of the partners of K-2 Partners, LLC.“He has a strong background in the shredding industry, extensive deal experience and a very pragmatic approach to business. He will be a great addition to K-2 in this active industry sector” added Vasak.
Boehringer will be based in Hudson Ohio (suburban Cleveland).