Purchasing co-op, ALLPRO, adds PaintLine to its B2B Buying Co-op

ALLPRO adds PaintLine to its B2B Buying Co-op .

MENLO PARK, CA — PaintLine has announced that ALLPRO Corporation has added its product line to the ALLPRO business-to-business buying cooperative of more than 2,000 independently owned paint and home improvement stores.

“Being added to the ALLPRO buying co-op is great for PaintLine’s brand and products,” said Kyle Robinson, CEO of PaintLine. “Building awareness and exposure among ALLPRO storefronts will help us extend our reach to key customer groups. We’re excited about working with them.”

“Adding PaintLine to our members’ product offering furthers our mission of providing them with a distinct competitive advantage,” says Michael Beaudoin, Executive Vice President of ALLPRO Corporation. “We’re confident that PaintLine products will increase their retail sales and profitability.”

ALLPRO is a business-to-business buying cooperative comprised of a network of independently owned paint and decorating products dealers throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and parts of Europe. ALLPRO currently serves 300 such companies that collectively represent 2,000 storefronts that service the professional trades as well as the consumer market.

This is the latest in expansions. In August, 2023, PaintLine announced that it had added Lancaster to its retail distribution network.

Lancaster has over 10,000 retail locations including independent paint retailers, home improvement centers, hardware stores, industrial suppliers and woodworking supply houses. It also has six distribution centers in California, Florida, Kentucky, New Jersey, South Carolina and Texas. 

In October, 2023, PaintLine announced its products were available through Lowes.com, which is the largest e-tailer to join the PaintLine dealer network.
 

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