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Fenplast acquires Ramp-Art

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This acquisition allows Fenplast to expand its activities beyond its usual fields of fenestration activities.

CANDIAC — Fenplast, manufacturer of windows and doors in Quebec, acquires, through its subsidiary Altek windows and doors, Ramp-Art, a company that has been around for nearly 30 years manufacturing custom aluminum and glass railings.

This acquisition allows Fenplast to expand its activities beyond its usual fields of fenestration activities. Indeed, Ramp-Art has a clientele outside Quebec, thus offering advantages for the Fenplast group in terms of market expansion.

Fenplast is completing the acquisition of Solarcom, a Quebec company specializing in the manufacture of custom aluminum fenestration products. Fenplast has acquired a minority stake in Solarcom last spring.

In both cases, the administrative structures and all the personnel will remain in place to continue operations and support the growth of the company.

Fenplast is consolidating its position as a leader in the fenestration industry in Quebec. These new entities will strengthen Fenplast’s existing business and enable the company to provide a wider range of products.

“These acquisitions demonstrate our continued commitment to providing leading construction solutions to our clients in the housing sector,” said Jean Marchand, President of Fenplast. “With the addition of Ramp-Art, we are expanding our product offering and consolidating our position in the construction field, exploiting new market opportunities beyond our traditional activities. In addition, the complete acquisition of Solarcom strengthens our expertise in the manufacture of custom aluminum fenestration products. We look forward to working with the talented teams at Ramp-Art and Solarcom to continue to provide excellent products and service to our customers.”

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