Mark S. Hiltwein, Operating Partner -  General Manufacturing and Packing / Paper
Mr. Hiltwein is a 25+ year veteran of the paper, printing, distribution, and freight shipping industries.  From 2012-2014, he was EVP – Envelope Division of Cenveo, Inc., a $2B leader in the management and distribution of print and related offerings, promoted to enhance company performance, provide strategic leadership and to integrate the acquistion of National Envelope (“NE”).  Led total operations, sales, plant finance, accounting, HR, IT and Board relations. Directed > 3,000 employees in 23 facilities across N.A. Full P&L authority for this $1B revenue and $75M EBITDA operation.  Integrated $300M acquisition of NE, increasing EBITDA, from $30M TTM loss to a $20M profit in < 12 months, increasing market cap by $110M, including improved EBITDA and margins for a Custom Envelope Division, selling the business for $45M.  Consolidated eight non-performing facilities, along with other initiatives generating $60M in incremental savings.  From 2007-2012, he served as the EVP and CFO of Cenveo, completing 10+ strategic acquisitions delivering $1B of revenue. From 2005-2007, he was the President and CFO of, a privately owned online freight shipping broker.  He built revenue from $0 to $10M in < 12 months.  From 2000-2005, Mr. Hiltwein Served as the EVP, CFO, and Controller of Moore Corporation Limited (“MCL”) (NYSE & TSE: MCL- Acquired by RR Donnelley (“RRD”) in 2004), a $3.6B global market leader in the management, production and distribution of digital documents, conventional print and business process outsourcing. Recruited by Chancery Lane Capital to lead the restructuring efforts and turnaround.  Served as a senior member of the management team that negotiated the buyout of 19.7% of MCL through a $70.5M convertible debenture in 2000. Developed and executed a restructuring plan resulting in excess of $100M cost savings initiative that allowed the company to move from a heavy loss position to profitability in the year immediately following the restructuring.  Key executive member responsible for the acquisition and integration by MCL of Wallace Computer Systems, forming a $3.6B company.  Key executive member responsible for combining and integrating Moore Wallace Inc. into RRD creating an $8B company, N.A.’s largest full service provider of graphic communications.  From 1992-2000, he served as CFO of L.P. Thebault Company (“TC”), a provider of commercial printing services.  From 1986-1990 he was with Mortenson & Associates (Division of Moore Stevens).  He served on the Board of Directors of TC from 2005-2007.  Mr. Hiltwein received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Kean University.
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