Jarden Corporation, the parent company of Coleman, is reportedly looking at acquisition possibilities for its Outdoor Solutions segment, but any potential buy will not be extremely large and will have to fit the criteria of a minimum 15 percent EBITDA margin, a leading market position within its specialty and strong cash flow. Meanwhile Coleman, which is currently the sole outdoor property of Jarden, reported for the 2nd quarter an 11 percent increase in revenues to $331.9 million. Its operating income was up by 8.4 percent to $44.1 million. The brand plans to launch new products in the near future as part of a “Let’s Get Outside” marketing campaign. At the same time, Jarden is making a $20 million investment in Coleman’s systems and logistics. The parent company believes its outdoor brand can contribute more revenues by re-launching it into the marine trade.