WE ACQUIRE COMPANIES AND STRIVE TO IMPROVE THEIR PERFORMANCE.
A successful strategic plan contemplates growth, the heart of any organization. Clearly defined strategies outline the path of expected growth but in addition, place the required disciplines into the system to ensure the long-term viability of the organization is not compromised. Since going public in 1993, Mullen Group has completed over 69 acquisitions which have been the foundation of our strategy for growth. Some of these acquisitions have been small tuck in acquisitions while many others were larger, well established name brand companies.
What is important to note is that once we have closed an acquisition our work has only just begun. Our belief in the self-managed business unit and the principles of continuous improvement require us to ensure that all of our business units constantly look at ways to improve their operating and safety results – whether it is the first company we acquired or the most recent. This is where our mission TO ACQUIRE COMPANIES AND STRIVE TO IMPROVE THEIR PERFORMANCE comes from. The experience we have gained from doing these acquisitions, positions our organization for future growth through acquisitions in those industries that we have a strong understanding and accomplished business unit leaders.
WE THINK TOMORROW.
Our tagline really captures what we always talk about – the Future. It takes analysis, study of the situation, an understanding of the factors that could ultimately affect a variety of outcomes, perhaps even the less understood unintended consequences, and of course a lot of hard work. Here at Mullen Group we like to characterize all of these traits under the concept of WE THINK TOMORROW. We challenge ourselves to be students of history, but not stuck in the past. We view tomorrow as where we want to be, which requires that we think about what is happening around us today and then strategize as how to best position our organization to be successful tomorrow. WE THINK TOMORROW is what we do here at Mullen Group.