I've been fixing mid-market businesses for the last 18 years. First two turnarounds were my own business and since then I have fixed or advised on another maybe 50 across a dozen industries. Generally between $30M - $500M in revenues.
My specialty is taking on the hairiest business situations possible (CEO suicides, EPA raids, FBI warrants, IRS foreclosures, death threats, executive fist fights, stolen wages, diagnosed insanity, addictions) along with all the normal everyday turnaround issues like; no cash, unprofitable, broken balance sheet, fleeing customers, frozen supply chain, hostile banks, hostile unions, etc. The mechanics of a turnaround are largely the same in every situation, once you've established control and provided some stability.
Industrial factories have become my niche though I've worked in retail, services, CPG, distribution, medical, restaurants, etc. We're active buyers of these troubled businesses but will also take on select consulting projects.
I've recently published a book on the topic which is a whole lot more insightful than what I usually offer here.
CV19 makes turnarounds an important topic so I want to offer help where needed. Fire away