PE  Red Arts Capital

     Office Locations:

Three First National Plaza
70 W. Madison Street, Suite 2900
Chicago, IL 60602



  • Middle Market



  • Business Services
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing & Industrial
  • Transportation & Distribution



    Red Arts Capital is a leading investment firm focused on North American-based transportation, logistics and related industries. The firm's objective is to invest in privately-owned, primarily family-owned and multi-generational businesses with solid business fundamentals and a strong track record and reputation. Red Arts targets companies with more than $5 million EBITDA for platform companies; any size for add-ons. Sectors include: Warehousing, Logistics & Distribution; Tech-enabled Services; Manufacturing & MRO; and Outsourced Services.

    Investment Firm Key

       VC = Venture Capital
       PE = Private Equity
       A = Angel
       I = Incubator
       MB = Merchant Bank
       VD = Venture Debt
       FI = Family Investment Office
       FOF = Fund of Funds
       ED = Economic Development Office   
       TT = Technology Transfer Office
       CVC = Corporate Venture Capital
       SEC = Secondary Purchaser
       HF = Hedge Fund/Mutual Fund
    Venture Capital
    Seed Stage
    (includes "pre-seed," or
    concept stage)
    No Revenue
    Early StageMinimal
    Growth Stage
    (also called Mid-stage)
    Expansion Stage
    (also called Late-stage)
    $7M and greater
    Private Equity
    Lower Middle Market$10M-$249M
    Middle Market$250M-$499M
    Upper Middle Market$500M-$1B
    Large Cap>$1B

    Investment Team:

    Name   Title
    Get the complete investment team + individual email addresses for investment team partners. Get personal images, LinkedIn links, investment specialties, office locations and more with a National Database subscription.
    Chad Strader Managing Partner and Co-Founder
    Edward Fitzgerald Operating Partner
    Nick Antoine Managing Partner and Co-Founder


    Portfolio companies include:


    Recent News: