Company Overview of Ennis Paint, Inc.
Ennis Paint, Inc., doing business as ENNIS-FLINT, manufactures and distributes pavement marking materials. It offers traffic paints; hot-applied thermoplastics, such as alkyd thermoplastics and hydrocarbon thermoplastics; raised pavement markers; plural components; crosswalks and traffic calming solutions; green bike lane treatments; and detectable warning products. The company also offers preformed thermoplastic pavement markings that are used for transverse markings, such as crosswalks, legends, arrows, symbols, interstate shields, and more; and infrared heaters and handheld torches for installing preformed thermoplastic pavement markings and adhesives, removal of paint, drying loop detect...
115 Todd Court
Thomasville, NC 27360
Founded in 2012
Key Executives for Ennis Paint, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Co-Founder and Global Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Ennis Paint, Inc. Key Developments
Vetter, Soule And Brazos May Sell Ennis Paint In One To Five Years
Oct 2 15
Vetter and Soule, as well as Brazos Private Equity Partners, LLC aren't looking to sell Ennis Paint, Inc. right now. But Vetter said "there will be a time" when Ennis-Flint is sold to another firm within one to five years. A potential buyer could be another private equity group or an entity such as a well-known chemicals, coatings or paint company, Vetter said. No matter who the eventual buyer is, Vetter and Soule say Ennis-Flint's success has far exceeded their original expectations not only from a revenue standpoint but also from an employee perspective.
Brazos May Sell Ennis-Flint To AEA
Dec 4 13
Brazos Private Equity Partners, LLC is planning to sell Ennis Paint, Inc. (‘Ennis-Flint ‘) to AEA Investors LP, according to three people familiar with the matter. The transaction is reported to be valued between $600 million and $700 million including debt. Olympus Partners, Advent International Corporation and American Securities are also reportedly in race to acquire Ennis-Flint. A Brazos spokesman had no immediate comment while Ennis-Flint did not respond to a request for comment. Olympus and AEA did not respond to requests for comment while American Securities and Advent declined to comment.
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