International Business Exchange (IBEX) successfully brokered the sale of the business K & K Chemical in Roycee City, Tx on January 10th, 2013 to a undisclosed corporation. IBEX acted as the merger and acquisition advisor to the deal, helping the business owner list, market, wade through buyers, due diligence and a close the deal. The Company manufactures over 55 different products. The Company manufactures chemicals for distribution to primarily city, county, state and federal government groups. All the products are detailed on the website at All products have up-to-date material safety data sheets (MSDS) and required registration in each state. The Company has been in business for over 30 years. The Company has three divisions or subsidiaries. K&K Chemical manufactures and develops all chemicals and products. Kendall & Sons is the distribution group of the organization and Patco Leasing owns and leases the land and buildings used in the operation. The Company has some manufacturing equipment, bottling apparatus, shelving and office furniture as part of its fixed assets. The Company owns two acres of land with 6,200 and 5,000 square foot metal buildings used in the manufacturing, distribution, sales and administrative process. The Company has a diverse product line and good customer base. The product line includes cleaners, floor strippers, mop soaps, waxes, and liquid enzymes for cleaning and disinfectants. It also has lift station cleaner, heavy degreaser, odor control products, absorbents, and drain cleaners. One of the advantages to a majority of the products is the delivery system called portion pouch. Portion pouches are an innovative portion control system in a water-soluble liquid pouch, which saves money with exact portion control and is safe and easy to use. There are no spills and no waste, no messy cutting, tearing or measuring. Users drop the entire pouch into spray bottles, mop buckets, floor and carpet equipment. The entire pouch dissolves easily in water, eliminating employee exposure to harsh concentrates. There is no excess use as with other concentrates. It can cost less than other cleaning chemicals. There is no need for expensive proportioning systems or trips to proportioning devices, nor costly installation, setup and maintenance. It reduces cost of training employees because each production is described on the web-site. It reduces freight costs because less water is required with the final product. It can reduce workman's compensation claims by elimination of lifting of heavy pails and cases.