Let me just put it to you this way... Currently, we are at about a 10M market cap. They've been piecing together companies that will be rolled up for over a year. CWIR is the vehicle for doing so. The first one is a $20M-$30M company to be used as a vehicle for expanding their footprint in the trucking industry...and that's just one of several to come.
The only thing he would say is that each one will be brought in once the dust had settled so to speak from the previous one and he was referring to the legal, paperwork, documentation, filings, etc on each as the plan is to only bring on companies with strong revenues and profits already and solid management already in place.
They aren't operators. None of the primary officers/directors will end up being bogged down in the day to day of one business or another. As they plainly stated, they're deal makers. The want the companies to stand alone even after acquisition and run themselves, only with renewed focus and with the financial backing necessary to ensure their success. UF