Eric Weiler manages the tangible asset acquisition and equipment auction verticals of New Mill Capital, one of the largest privately-held equipment and real estate disposition firms in the world. Mr. Weiler has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies and industry-leading manufacturers, buying and selling multi-million dollar equipment, real estate, and complete plant asset packages. His commitment to the food processing, packaging, personal care, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries has solidified New Mill Capital as the go-to source for complete plant purchases and equipment monetization programs.
Eric and the partners of New Mill Capital have purchased over 30,000,000 square feet of turnkey manufacturing facilities in addition to buying and selling over 500 million dollars of equipment assets. Notable transactions include the assets of Kraft, Nestle, Proctor & Gamble, General Mills, Unilever, Coca-Cola, Diageo, Revlon, Kellogg’s, Dean Foods, Dairy Farmers of America, Smithfield, Flowers Foods, Saputo, Sara Lee, and many others.
With a knack for being a market value driver, Eric has built an impeccable reputation, delivering maximum return on equipment disposition programs and pain-free closing of principal equipment and real estate deals. Mr. Weiler also maintains the New Mill Capital Facility Turnover Services Program, providing complete plant remediation for tenants exiting manufacturing properties who are required to return real estate to lease agreement specifications.
Education: Michigan State University College of Packaging and The Missouri Auction School.
Gregory Schain is a founding partner of New Mill Capital Holdings (NMCH), one of the largest buyers of closed turnkey manufacturing plants in the United States and a large provider of industrial asset auctions and repositioning.
Since founding New Mill in 2011, Greg has led acquisitions on over 30 million square feet of industrial properties in over 30 states and Canada. These properties run the gamut of industry types, ranging from food, pharmaceutical, and chemical to paper mills, printing plants, textile mills, and aluminum smelters. In recent years, the investment profile has expanded into other real estate product types, including residential development, net leased retail and industrial acquisitions, and special situation investing.
Greg holds a BA in Business Economics and Public Policy from UCLA and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Tim Watters began his career nearly two decades ago with a leading national industrial auction company. He quickly rose to a partner position responsible for managing complicated projects both domestically and internationally. He brought new business verticals to his prior company further advancing their position in the industrial marketplace. With a strong desire to create his own brand of asset solutions, he branched out, and with the collaboration of his current partners, founded New Mill Capital.
New Mill Capital quickly made its mark and garnered industry respect worldwide by specializing in transactions that require forward-thinking and innovative practices necessary due to its complex nature. With his valuable partners at New Mill, Mr. Watters has been able to build upon his knowledge of industrial equipment remarketing and expand into complicated turnkey projects that require, Demolition, Salvage, Environmental Remediation and Land Redevelopment.
Throughout his career, Mr. Watters has conducted over one thousand transactions, grossing nearly One Billion dollars. Mr. Watters has purchased assets and sold for numerous Fortune 500 companies throughout the world.
Education: BA from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a graduate of the Missouri Auction School.
Tom Murray manages real estate property acquisitions and management, new business development, and fundraising for New Mill Capital.
Prior to joining New Mill Capital, Mr. Murray was a Vice President at Industrial Realty Group where he conducted due diligence and raised debt and equity for approximately 12 million square feet in acquisitions. While at IRG, Mr. Murray worked on over 30 separate acquisitions totaling $150 million across 15 states. He also sourced and closed over $250 million of refinancing transactions. Prior to IRG, Mr. Murray was a Senior Analyst at Potomac Realty Capital, a specialty real estate finance company based in Boston, where he underwrote and structured over $300 million in bridge loans, mezzanine loans and preferred equity investments on all commercial property types. Prior to Potomac, Mr. Murray was an Associate at AllianceBernstein LP.
Education: BA in Politics from Princeton University where he graduated cum laude and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management.