History of Ardenton
Partnered with The Pipe Yard Ltd.
Partnered with Stevenson Industrial Refrigeration Ltd.
Partnered with Combat Networks Inc., now Netagen Communication Technologies Inc., and OES Inc.
Opened office in Manchester, United Kingdom marking the beginning of Ardenton's international expansion.
Partnered with Leone Group of Companies.
Partnered with W. Corbett & Co. (Galvanizing) Ltd., Ardenton's first investment outside of Canada.
Partnered with Comtrad Strategic Sourcing Ltd.
Partnered with Achieve One, LLC.
Partnered with PP Control & Automation Limited.
Partnered with Shaftec Automotive Components Ltd.
Partnered with Budget Greeting Cards Ltd.
Partnered with Pebbles Care Limited.
Partnered with Canadian Posters International Inc., which operates as PI Fine Art / PI Creative Art.
Ardenton Capital Corporation (ACC) and its wholly owned subsidiary Ardenton Capital Bridging Inc. (ACBI) granted protection under the Canadian Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA)
Creditors of ACC and ACBI overwhelmingly approve Plan of Arrangement and Compromise (Plan)
Plan implemented and Ardenton prepares to exit CCAA with a new board of directors, representative of a cross-section of claim holders, as well as with new executive leadership
ACC and ACBI exit CCAA protection following succesful implementation of the Plan.
Sold majority interest in Leone Fence.
Sold the assets of The Pipe Yard Ltd.
Sold interest in Stevenson Industrial Refrigeration Ltd.
Sold interest in Achieve 1 Holdings, LLC
Sold the real estate holdings of Pipe Yard Properties Ltd.