Finario Case Studies


American Zinc Recycling

Industry: Mining, Metals & Minerals

With seven facilities strategically located throughout the U.S. and Canada, American Zinc Recycling (AZR) operates a diversified portfolio of businesses focused on zinc production and nickel processing – both from recycled materials. As the largest producer of zinc in the U.S., the company relies heavily on effective capital investment to maintain its competitive advantage in the market.

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Boulder Brands

Industry: Food & Beverage

Boulder Brands is one of the largest natural consumer packaged food companies in the United States. Boulder’s portfolio of category leading brands cater to consumers looking for a simpler, healthier lifestyle. Production occurs across 6 plants in 3 countries. Prior to its implementation of Finario, Boulder operated with a Capex approval process that was paper-based and inefficient.

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EnPro Industries

Industry: Diversified Manufacturing

EnPro is a diversified global manufacturer of engineered products serving the aerospace, automotive, chemical, medical, oil & gas, pharma, power generation, pulp & paper, semiconductor, transportation and utility industries. EnPro has six main divisions, operating 63 manufacturing plants in 13 countries. Prior to its implementation of Finario, EnPro operated with a capital approval process that had not been updated for many years.

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Jason Industries

Industry: Diversified Manufacturing

Jason Industries manages a portfolio of four world-class manufacturing companies that serve the seating, finishing, components and automotive acoustics markets. With more than 30 production locations and 4,000 employees spread across 14 countries and three continents, Jason maintains a diverse set of global Capex management needs. Prior to Finario, Jason relied on an Excel-based template to calculate NPV, ROI and time to payback for its capital expenditures.

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Watco Companies

Industry: Transportation

With a rapidly growing portfolio of 37 railroads, 5,100 miles of track and 33 industrial contract switching locations operating across the U.S. and Western Australia, Watco is one of the largest privately owned short line railroad operators in the world, and the largest in the U.S. Watco also provides multi-modal transloading services for more than 350 different types of products, from crude oil to dry bulk.

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