All States Ag Parts has been acquired by Kinderhook Industries.
All States Ag Parts (“ASAP”), the largest and fastest growing supplier of new, used and remanufactured tractor and combine parts in North America, has been acquired by Kinderhook Industries, a private investment firm based in New York, New York. Headquartered in Downing, Wisconsin, ASAP has ten facilities in Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin which include eight salvage yards, two rebuild facilities, a 217,000 sq. ft. distribution center and an e-commerce / catalog call center.
ASAP was founded in 1998 by David Dyke and his two sons, Paul and John. John Dyke has been President and CEO of the company and he will continue in that leadership role as well as being a significant co-owner of the business going forward. The company has aggressively expanded its product offering to more than 850,000 parts, of which 50,000 are available for same-day shipment. It provides replacement parts for nearly all makes of equipment including John Deere, Case IH, New Holland, Ford, International, Allis Chalmers, Caterpillar, Gehl, Massey Ferguson, Kubota, Lexion, Minneapolis Moline, Oliver, Steiger, Versatile and White. During the same time, it has grown to become a national supplier and a platform for consolidation of an attractive industry segment.
Franklin Partners, Inc. was ASAP’s exclusive M&A advisor and Stinson Leonard Street LLP served as transaction counsel to ASAP. The terms were not disclosed.