The deal is valued at $200 million or 7.5 times annual EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization). Still, the overall purchase price and valuation may increase if Regency achieves certain earn-out goals, which are potentially payable in 2027.
Why Iron Mountain Acquired Regency Technologies: ITAD and More
Regency Technology aligns with Iron Mountain's existing IT Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) business. In a prepared statement about the deal, Iron Mountain Executive VP and GM Mark Kidd said: “The completion of this acquisition is a defining moment in Iron Mountain's growth story. This is a strategic move that will propel us to the next frontier in Asset Lifecycle Management. The synergy between our two organizations will result in a wider network that provides our clients with faster services while significantly reducing environmental impact. We are thrilled to welcome everyone at Regency to the Iron Mountain team. Together, we are poised to redefine excellence in IT asset lifecycle management and disposition, offering a more comprehensive, secure, and efficient solution to our valued clients.”
Related Podcast: Stay tuned for our interview with Kidd in the next few days.
Added Jim Levine, CEO of Regency Technologies: “This acquisition represents a pivotal step in our journey, reshaping the landscape of IT asset disposition and management. We are excited to embark on this new chapter, leveraging the combined scale and expertise of both organizations to deliver unparalleled value to our clients. We remain dedicated to innovation, sustainability, and customer- centricity as we forge ahead in the dynamic world of IT asset management.”
ITAD Market Growth Forecast, Customer Trends
Annual spending on ITAD is expected to reach $34 billion by 2030, up from $16.8 billion in 2022, according to Research and Markets. That's a 9.2% compound annual growth rate (CAGR), the researcher said.