In the case of Brenntag was the at least partial capital market exit (2010) for BC partners the final destination after a secondary buyout the company was acquired by Bain Capital in 2006 and bought a variety of smaller companies worldwide in the meantime. Niche player in the wider logistics sector there are a variety of niche providers, which deliberately focused on specialized services and have reached top positions in a very small market. Just these specialized providers have managed to position themselves through a clear USP and may be higher margins due to their specialisation and higher depth of value creation and Achieve growth rates. Company of this kind are including on time – and safety-critical services, which for the large cap entrants to artistic / complex are to be integrated into their network. Typical example are pharmaceutical/clinical trial specialists like brands that can send pharmaceutical tests and test materials within a very short time in a certain temperature range on a global basis. Due to the importance of the transport material and specialized services, the price sensitivity on the customer side is rather low, resulting in a very high profitability in the case of trademarks. Just this kind of target companies is usually also on an affordable scale (< 500 million) for financial investors. Vertical provider integrated in the E-commerce area, offer a possible reverse of logistics (e.g. driven by regulatory requirements to the take-back obligation) or spin-offs from major logistics groups which can be increased with new management, orientation and focus in their performance and their value Investment opportunities for investors. Since the scope of logistics service providers continually grows and expands along the value chain of our customers and also the degree of outsourcing will continue to increase to, equity is also of a disproportionate growth in the area of the niche players and therefore an increasing number of private transactions in this area.