BUFFALO, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Gibraltar Industries, Inc. (Nasdaq: ROCK), the leading provider in North America of products and services for commercial greenhouse growing, today announced it has acquired the assets of Canadian-based Thermo Energy Systems, a privately held provider of commercial greenhouse solutions in North America supporting the biologically grown organic food market, in an all cash transaction. Thermo Energy Systems is expected to contribute annual revenue at a run rate of approximately $75 million. The acquisition is expected to be accretive for 2020.
“Thermo’s experience and domain knowledge in commercial growing further expands our leadership position in the design, manufacture, installation and systems integration for our customers in the biologically-grown organic food market,” said Gibraltar Chief Executive Officer William Bosway. “This is an attractive market, in excess of $1 billion in size and growing at a mid- to high- single digit rate driven by increasing consumer demand. Thermo’s strong reputation will help us serve our customers in this market with best-in-class growing solutions for healthy food anywhere, anytime and in a more environmentally-friendly way. We are incredibly excited to have the Thermo team join the Gibraltar family as we continue to enhance the relevance of our products, services, and solutions to our customers in our renewable energy and conservation platform.”
Gibraltar Industries is a leading manufacturer and distributor of building products for the renewable energy, conservation, residential, industrial, and infrastructure markets. With its strategy focused on operational improvement, product innovation, and portfolio management, Gibraltar’s mission is to drive best-in-class performance. Gibraltar serves customers primarily throughout North America, and more information about Gibraltar can be found at www.gibraltar1.com.
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