EBSU acquires Eurorite Cabinets, expands market reach
Eurorite Cabinets

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SAINT-LOUIS-DE-GONZAGUE, Que. – Residential cabinet manufacturer EBSU increases its size and scope with the acquisition of Eurorite Cabinets Ltd, a large manufacturing company located in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia.

Terms of the acquisition, announced Aug. 2, were not disclosed. Eurorite Cabinets ranked 250 in the 2022 FDMC 300, a list of the largest North American wood products producers, based on sales.

Eurorite produces cabinetry, closets and storage solutions for the residential market.

The Quebec-based EBSU said the addition of Eurorite a cabinet, closet and storage solutions manufacturer, will enable the company to enhance its portfolio of custom products and to position itself as a leading supplier of large-scale residential projects. "With this acquisition in the western provinces, EBSU consolidates its leadership position across Canada," said Napoléon Boucher, president and CEO. "Eurorite allows us to optimize our production, our delivery times, and our use of internal resources."

This marks the third expansion of EBSU since last year. In July 2021 the company purchased Woodlore International Inc., a manufacturer of custom office and institutional furniture based in Brampton, Ontario. EBSU also constructed a 180,000-square-foot factory in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, which opened in the fall.

According to its website, EBSU has a capacity of 265,000 cabinets per year, and 1,800 kitchens delivered each month.

EBSU says the acquisition enables the company to enhance its portfolio of products. Pictured is EBSU's Eklipse cabinetry.

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