General Industrials

The Imperial Capital General Industrials Research team possesses a deep understanding of the major dynamics that drive the sector, focusing primarily on environmental and industrial services companies, as well as building products and construction materials. Our seasoned research professionals focus on the key issues, secular and cyclical alike, that affect prospective free cash flow and profitability for certain leading, emerging and niche industrial companies.

We concentrate on the firm-specific business model and strategic plans in a highly competitive marketplace. Drawing on extensive experience in the industry, our research teams in both the Metals and Mining and Paper and Packaging subsectors thoroughly analyze relevant companies, including the cost competitiveness of present operations, expected cash flows, strength of balance sheet/liquidity, and management team performance.

Our deep sector knowledge is complemented by our ability to provide comprehensive insights and investment recommendations to institutional clients. Our General Industrials expertise spans the following subsectors:

  • Industrials
    • Agricultural Equipment
    • Basic Industries/Chemicals
    • Construction Equipment
    • Electrical Equipment
    • Diverse Conglomerates
    • Materials Processing and Mining
    • Waste Processing and Disposal
    • Water Infrastructure
    • Environmental and Industrial Services
    • Engineering and Construction
    • Building Products/Construction Materials
  • Metals and Mining
    • Steel
    • Iron Ore
    • Precious Metals
    • Base Metals
    • One-off metals/mining products
  • Paper and Packaging
    • Paper (e.g., printing and writing grades such as newsprint and coated papers and uncoated papers)
    • Wood products (lumber and oriented strand board)
    • Packaging (rigid, semi-rigid, flexible)

For further information on our services, please contact:

Edward P. Mally, CFA
Managing Director
Head of Institutional Research
(212) 351-9768
Kirk Ludtke
Managing Director
Institutional Research Group
(212) 351-9726