Woodgrain closes $350 million Huttig Building Products acquisition
May 3, 2022 | 9:05 am CDT

Huttig Building Products, newly acquired by Woodgrain, offers its customers a range of products including Doors, millwork, building products and fasteners.

 

FRUITLAND, Idaho – Woodgrain, a leading millwork manufacturer, has completed the purchase of Huttig Building Products, a domestic distributor of millwork, building materials and wood products.

The company said that this acquisition significantly increases Woodgrain’s distribution network, its product offering, and its value-added services.

Hutting With the acquisition of Huttig Building Products, Woodgrain increases its distribution center network to 32 locations. These additions further expand Woodgrain’s national footprint into several key markets along the Northeastern, Midwestern, Southern, and Western regions. 

“We are extremely excited that this acquisition allows us to further our mission of leveraging our vertical integration to deliver premier service and customer-driven solutions. We are thrilled to add Huttig’s talented associates to our Woodgrain family,” said Kelly Dame, president and CEO of Woodgrain.

Woodgrain is one of the leading millwork operations in the world with locations throughout the United States and Chile. With 68 years of quality craftsmanship and service, Woodgrain is a leading producer of mouldings, doors, and windows. Woodgrain Inc. is headquartered in Fruitland, Idaho with six divisions and over 30 manufacturing and warehouse facilities in the United States and South America. 

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