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PPG's Architectural Coatings acquires Westmoreland Supply

Monday, 27 October 2014

PPG's North American architectural coatings business has reached an agreement to acquire Westmoreland Supply, an architectural paint distributor headquartered in Pittsburgh.

The acquisition of Westmoreland Supply will expand PPG’s North American company-owned stores footprint. Source: Carmen Steiner/Fotolia

The acquisition of Westmoreland Supply will expand PPG’s North American company-owned stores footprint. Source: Carmen Steiner/Fotolia

The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter, subject to customary closing conditions. Financial terms were not disclosed.

The acquisition of Westmoreland Supply, which operates a 12-store network throughout Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia, will expand PPG’s North American company-owned stores footprint. Following completion of the acquisition, the locations will operate as part of PPG’s network of more than 900 company-owned stores in North America, and will be rebranded under the company’s new PPG Paints store brand. "The acquisition of Westmoreland Supply further strengthens PPG’s company-owned stores network,” said Scott Sinetar, PPG vice president, architectural coatings, North America. "Customers who know Westmoreland Supply will continue to benefit from a great product selection and excellent customer service. Customers will also have access to the consistent, integrated experience PPG delivers through its network of PPG Paints stores.”

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