Sterile Processing Services of America Announces Expansion into Northern California

March 7, 2022

LONG BEACH, CA (March 7, 2022) – Sterile Processing Services of America (“SPSA”), a portfolio company of Pacific Avenue Capital Partners, LLC (“Pacific Avenue”), announces its expansion into Northern California. The company’s new facility in Modesto will provide greater coverage in the region and enable SPSA to better serve its existing and prospective customers.

The Modesto facility has ~ 9,300 square feet of state-of-the-art sterile medical device and instrumentation processing technology and corresponding capabilities. The division will be providing sterile surgical products to hospitals, surgery centers, and clinics primarily.

About Sterile Processing Services of America
Sterile Processing Services of America is a leading provider of offsite medical device and surgical instrument sterilization processing for hospitals, surgery centers, and clinics. The company is also committed to investing in state-of-the-art sterilization processing technology and facilities. SPSA provides transport and full processing to and from healthcare facilities, and also has the capability to manage vendor tray programs. For more information, please visit www.spsausa.com.

About Pacific Avenue Capital Partners
Founded in 2017 by Chris Sznewajs, Pacific Avenue Capital Partners, LLC is a Los Angeles-based private equity firm focused on corporate divestitures and other special situations in the lower middle market.

Pacific Avenue’s senior team has closed over 50 transactions including 25 carve-outs across a multitude of industries, and our M&A and operations experience allows us to navigate complex transactions and unlock value through operational improvement and capital investment while accelerating growth.

Through our collaborative approach, we partner with strong management teams and industry operators to drive strategic change and capture transformational upside. For more information, please visit www.pacificavenuecapital.com.

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