TAMPA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Masonite International Corporation (NYSE: DOOR) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of the operating assets of the wood door companies of AADG, Inc., part of ASSA ABLOY, which includes the brands Graham Manufacturing Corporation (“Graham”) and The Maiman Company (“Maiman”).
Graham provides the non-residential construction industry with a full range of architectural premium and custom grade flush wood doors. Maiman is a manufacturer of architectural stile and rail wood doors, thermal fused flush wood doors and wood door frames.
The two divisions employ approximately 275 people located in their three manufacturing facilities in Mason City, IA and Springfield, MO.
Net sales for the two divisions for the twelve months ended December 2017 were approximately $70 million.
“We believe this acquisition fits well with Masonite’s existing Architectural business. Graham and Maiman will provide Masonite with an expanded footprint to better serve our customers,” said Graham Thayer, Masonite’s Senior Vice President, Architectural.
The acquisition of these assets marks Masonite’s ninth acquisition in the last four years.
Masonite International Corporation is a leading global designer and manufacturer of interior and exterior doors for the residential new construction; the residential repair, renovation and remodeling; and the non-residential building construction markets. Since 1925, Masonite has provided its customers with innovative products and superior service at compelling values. Masonite serves more than 7,000 customers in 65 countries. Additional information about Masonite can be found at www.masonite.com.
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