- RJD Green announced in May 2023 that its Silex Holdings division had been awarded a major commercial contract worth over $850,000.
- For the three months ended May 31, 2023, the company reported revenue of $1.42 million and $290,071 in net operating income.
- RJD Green revenue projections for the fiscal year ending August 31, 2023, are $5.1 million, with an expected net profit of $727,250.
- The company has monthly recurring revenues of $415,254.
RJD Green Inc. (OTC: RJDG) is a holding company focused on managing portfolio assets while actively exploring potential acquisitions and opportunities in diversified industries. The company currently operates in three divisions: RJD Green Healthcare Division, Earthlinc Environmental Solutions and Silex Holdings Inc.
The company’s corporate management team has a history of success in both public and private arenas, with diverse enterprise experience that includes RJD Green’s three current market sectors of focus. Corporate overhead is maintained at minimal operating cost, with each officer and team member maintaining daily management responsibility for specific operating divisions and entities.
Each acquisition and asset is operated as a separate profit center, with the recognition that, in small business operations, proficiency and frugal budgeting are required to maximize profitability. The RJD Green team excels in working collaboratively with the company’s business partners, creating common efforts for reaching mutual reward from its relationships.
The company is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
RJD Green Healthcare Division
Through this division, the company has developed a business model that utilizes the healthcare industry experience and extensive industry relationships of its management team. RJD Green’s leadership has long-term relationships with many key providers within the service sectors of the healthcare industry.
The first RJD Green Healthcare Division services acquisition was IoSoft Inc., a company that provides discrete payment technologies, services and software that can be integrated into targeted offerings for healthcare provider networks, hospitals, healthcare payers and individual providers. The IoSoft team has years of experience and relationships within the more than a million providers in the healthcare market.
Earthlinc Environmental Solutions
This division was formed to promote green applied technologies and offer environmental services in North America. Its focus is on performance-driven solutions for environmental-based issues.
The first acquisition, Animal Waste Management, is a patented technology that is fully developed and entering the market for waste processing on commercial chicken and hog farms. Development was supported by the University of Arkansas and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
The acquired technology controls the liquid, solid and gas waste generated, creating an odorless, clean, bacteria-free by-product that can be used for animal feed filler, while allowing the water to be reused as ground water on the farm.
Silex Holdings Inc.
This division was formed for the purpose of acquiring and managing high growth assets and business enterprises. Its operations are focused on acquisitions in specialty industrial contracting, building material products and construction services.
Acquisitions are modeled to offer immediate growth, such as a unique geographical or proprietary market niche or other differentiating quality, and are synergistic in corporate management and administration, as well as sales and marketing.
The company’s first acquisition through this division, Silex Interiors, is a manufacturer, distributor and installer of countertops, cabinets and related kitchen and bath products. Silex is modeled for expansion into major markets nationally through internal expansion, acquisition and franchising.
According to a report from Reportlinker.com, the global healthcare services market is expected to grow from $6.8 billion in 2021 to $10.4 billion in 2026 at a CAGR of 8.6%. The report attributed the forecast growth primarily to healthcare companies restructuring their operations as a result of lasting challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Research firm Verdantix reported the environmental services market was worth an estimated $35.2 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach a value of $50.6 billion by 2029, marking a CAGR of 6.3% for the forecast period. Verdantix identified factors driving growth to include changing environmental compliance regulations, rising demand for infrastructure projects and increased ESG reporting scrutiny.
In 2021, Icon Market Research estimated the global specialty trade contractors market at $3.9 billion, forecasting that it will reach $5.7 billion by 2028 at an expected CAGR of 9.2% through the identified period.
Ron Brewer is CEO of RJD Green. He has served as a corporate officer in both public and private companies, including as president of Mid-Continent Companies. He has experience in all three industries represented by the company’s divisions. He has provided management and guidance to five environmental services and technology companies, as well as guiding business development services in healthcare for hospitals, practice assistance and various service providers in the sector. He has also developed three separate companies in the same construction products sector.
Jerry Niblett is COO at RJD Green. He has over 19 years of management success in oil and gas operations at both corporate and small-cap enterprises. His corporate employment history includes Dominion Energy, Texaco, Shell and Sunoco Pipeline LP. He has worked in multiple energy sectors, including petro-chemical refining, natural gas compression, crude oil pipeline and storage, oil and gas exploration, and oil and gas products and services business development. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Total Quality Management, graduating with honors.
John Rabbitt is CFO at RJD Green. He has worked at Fortune 500 firms including Pillsbury, PepsiCo and CPA firm Ernst and Ernst. He played a key role in the growth of MEI Corp. from $20 million annual revenue to $850 million annually in nine years, at which time it was acquired by PepsiCo. He has a proven track record in both fast-growth and turnaround environments, serving in CEO/COO and CFO positions for firms ranging from $5 million to $300 million annual revenue. His education includes degrees in accounting and business from Drake University and PepsiCo’s Management Institute.