Mark VII Equipment Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Overview

Location:
Denver, CO USA
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Machinery
Founded:1966
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Mark VII Equipment's estimated annual revenue is currently $86.8M per year.(?)
  • Mark VII Equipment's estimated revenue per employee is $353,000

Employee Data

  • Mark VII Equipment has 246 Employees.(?)
  • Mark VII Equipment currently has 1 job openings.

At Mark VII, we strive to lead the car wash industry in the creation, development and manufacturing of the most efficient, most effective and most profitable car wash solutions. Mark VII sells a complete line of car wash solutions, including touch-free rollover, tunnel and self-service systems, as well as chemicals, ancillary products and service agreements. All our systems are backed by comprehensive warranties, Mark VII factory support and an international distribution network. Mark VII has been credited with revolutionizing the way the petroleum industry approaches the car wash business. What was once "free with a fill-up" became a premium service that motorists were happy to pay extra for. Between the years 1988 and 1998, Mark VII's market share grew from less than 1% to an estimated 35% of the global touch-free car wash market. Our company was founded in 1966 by Harry Matthews, who at the time was dissatisfied with existing products and began producing his own car wash equipment under the name Mark VII. Harry sold Mark VII in 1996 to Goldner Hawn Johnson & Morrison. Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, GHJ&M is an investment group focusing primarily on U.S. manufacturers of consumer and industrial products and business-to-business service providers. GHJ&M has made 21 investments totaling an invested equity capital of more than $500 million and a transaction value in excess of $2 billion. GHJ&M has established long-term relationships with many of America's leading financial institutions and is committed to providing companies with the capital resources necessary to implement growth strategies that make them better as well as bigger.

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