Superior USA Waste acquires Harley Hollan Companies

Superior Waste Industries, LLC (d/b/a Superior USA Waste), a Shawnee, OK-based environmental services holding company, completed its second acquisition by acquiring Harley Hollan Companies, a solid waste management company providing commercial collection, industrial/construction removal services, recycling and a transfer station in Tulsa, OK.
“The addition of Harley Hollan Companies to the Superior platform is a key part of our strategy to become the leading independent waste management company in Oklahoma by adding additional services and geographic coverage,” said Billy Dietrich, CEO of Superior. Dietrich continued: “We are very impressed with what Harley [Hollan] and his family have accomplished and consider them ideal partners for us as we continue to grow.

“I am thrilled to partner with Billy and the Superior USA Waste team,” said Harley Hollan, the founder of Harley Hollan Companies. Hollan added, “Our partnership with Superior will allow us to significantly expand our service offering in the Tulsa market while also providing our employees with significant growth opportunities. Harley Hollan made a significant investment in Superior as part of the transaction, and he will continue to manage Harley Hollan’s operations.

Superior aims to be the “partner of choice” for entrepreneurs in the waste industry seeking growth or transition capital for their businesses. Superior has partnered with Red Dog Equity LLC, an Atlanta-based private equity firm, which, through its partnership with Monroe Capital and the family business interests of Tom Pritzker (advised by The Pritzker Organization), has equity to fund future acquisitions of Superior. Monroe Capital also provides debt financing to Superior.
About Superior USA Waste

Based in Shawnee, Oklahoma, Superior USA Waste is an environmental services holding company that seeks to be the “partner of choice” for waste industry entrepreneurs looking for cash flow, growth capital or to transition their businesses to an owner who shares their commitment to customer service. , employee loyalty and environmental stewardship. To learn more, visit us online at: www.superiorusawaste.com.

About Harley Holland

Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Harley Hollan Companies offers comprehensive waste management services, including roll-off and front-loading containers for projects of any size, a public drop-off site and a recycling center. To learn more, please visit us online at: https://317-7777.com/.

About Red Dog Equity LLC

Red Dog Equity LLC is a private equity firm that invests in high-growth-ready lower-middle-market companies in partnership with motivated and enterprising business leaders (“Red Dogs”). To learn more, please visit: www.reddogequity.com.

About Monroe Capital

Monroe Capital LLC (“Monroe”) is a leading asset management firm specializing in the private credit markets through various strategies, including direct lending, asset-based lending, specialty finance, opportunistic lending and structured and equity. Since 2004, the company has successfully provided capital solutions to clients in the United States and Canada. Monroe prides itself on being a value-added, customer-friendly partner for business owners, management, and private and independent sponsors. Monroe’s platform offers a wide variety of investment products for institutional and high net worth investors with a focus on generating high quality ‘alpha’ returns regardless of economic or business cycles. The company is headquartered in Chicago with offices in Atlanta, Boston, Los Angeles, Miami, Naples, New York, San Francisco and Seoul.
Monroe has been recognized by both peers and investors with various awards, including Global M&A Network as 2022 Small Midsize Business Lender of the Year, Americas; Private Debt Investor as 2021 Senior Lender of the Year, 2021 Lower Middle Market Lender of the Year, Americas; Creditflux as Best US Direct Lending Fund 2021; and Pension Bridge as Private Credit Strategy of the Year 2020.

For more information, visit www.monroecap.com.

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