Cadre Holdings Inc
Cadre Holdings, Inc. engages in the manufacture and distribution of safety and survivability products and other related products for the law enforcement, first responder and military markets. [ Read More ]
The intrinsic value of one CDRE stock under the Base Case scenario is 23.87 USD. Compared to the current market price of 26.31 USD, Cadre Holdings Inc is Overvalued by 9%.
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Cadre Holdings, Inc. engages in the manufacture and distribution of safety and survivability products and other related products for the law enforcement, first responder and military markets. The company is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida and currently employs 2,237 full-time employees. The company went IPO on 2021-11-04. The firm's equipment provides protection to allow its users to perform their duties and protect those around them in hazardous or life-threatening situations. The company sells a range of products, including body armor, explosive ordnance disposal equipment and duty gear through both direct and indirect channels. In addition, through its owned distribution, it serves as a one-stop-shop for first responders providing equipment, as well as third-party products, including uniforms, optics, boots, firearms and ammunition. The firm classifies its first responder customers into four categories, including the United States and local agencies, International, United States federal agencies, and commercial (which includes its direct-to-consumer sites). The company operates a global manufacturing footprint with approximately 14 sites across North America and Europe.