Arlington Resources in Rolling Meadows sold

Daily Herald Report
Updated 1/29/2018 7:28 AM

Cornerstone Staffing Solutions has finalized the purchase of Arlington Resources Inc. based in Rolling Meadows.

Arlington Resources will continue to operate under its current brand name and will become a division of Cornerstone Staffing Solutions. De Bellas & Co. acted as the exclusive financial adviser to Arlington in the transaction. Transaction details were not disclosed.

The company provides human resources and finance and accounting professionals to customers ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies seeking temporary, temporary-to-hire, and direct hire services. Cornerstone Staffing Solutions Inc. now has offices in California, Nevada, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Texas and Illinois. "When choosing a company to purchase a business that you've carefully grown, it was important that Cornerstone's core competencies matched well with Arlington's business philosophy," said Patricia Casey, owner of Arlington Resources. "I appreciate De Bellas & Co.'s expertise in identifying the right partner for Arlington. We are grateful Steve Drexel valued my employees' contributions and relationships they've established, and it was important to him that he kept our team together. We are all very excited for the additional resources and services we can propose to our clients."

"Arlington has a high-touch approach with personalized attention and service. Patricia Casey, the owner, has developed a well-managed company with a stellar reputation for developing loyal customers," said Cornerstone president and CEO Steve Drexel. "Patricia was a great partner throughout the process. I am pleased to announce she will join the Cornerstone executive team as President of the Arlington Resources Division of Cornerstone."

Cornerstone Staffing Solutions ranks among the largest staffing firms in America and received Inavero's Best of Staffing Client Award in 2016 and 2017.

Arlington Resources was founded in 1997.

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