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Last $71.33 USD
Change Today -1.19 / -1.64%
Volume 283.5K
As of 8:04 PM 04/17/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

graco inc (GGG) Snapshot

Open
$71.78
Previous Close
$72.52
Day High
$71.83
Day Low
$70.85
52 Week High
12/29/14 - $82.14
52 Week Low
10/10/14 - $67.06
Market Cap
4.2B
Average Volume 10 Days
253.0K
EPS TTM
$3.70
Shares Outstanding
58.9M
EX-Date
04/16/15
P/E TM
19.3x
Dividend
$1.20
Dividend Yield
1.61%
Current Stock Chart for GRACO INC (GGG)

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graco inc (GGG) Details

Graco Inc., together with its subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, and markets equipment to pump, meter, mix, and dispense various fluids and coatings worldwide. The company’s Industrial segment offers proportioning systems that are used to spray polyurethane foam and polyurea coatings; vapor-abrasive blasting equipment; equipment that pumps, meters, mixes, and dispenses sealant, adhesive, and composite materials; and gel coat equipment, chop and wet-out systems, resin transfer molding systems, and applicators. This segment also provides pumps that move chemicals, water, waste water, petroleum, food, and other fluids. Its Contractor segment offers sprayers that apply paint to walls and other structures for the professional painters in the construction and maintenance industries, tradesmen, and do-it-yourselfers. The company’s Lubrication segment supplies pumps, hose reels, meters, valves, and accessories for fast oil change facilities, service garages, fleet service centers, automobile dealerships, auto parts stores, truck builders, and heavy equipment service centers; systems, components, and accessories for the automatic lubrication of industrial and commercial equipment, compressors, turbines, and on- and off-road vehicles; products that automatically lubricate bearings, gears, and generators; and products that evacuate and dispense lubricants. It serves gas transmission and petrochemical, pulp and paper, mining and construction, agricultural equipment, food and beverage, material handling, metal manufacturing, wind energy, and oil and gas exploration industries. The company was founded in 1926 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

3,100 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/17/15
Founded in 1926

graco inc (GGG) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: $728.5K
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $409.1K
Vice President of Corporate Manufacturing, Di...
Total Annual Compensation: $290.4K
Vice President and General Manager of Contrac...
Total Annual Compensation: $352.0K
Vice President and General Manager of Europe,...
Total Annual Compensation: $304.4K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

graco inc (GGG) Key Developments

Graco Inc. Launches New Small and Midsize Electric Airless Sprayers

Graco Inc. is announced the launch of new small and midsize electric airless sprayers that revolutionize the professional spray equipment industry! Designed to deliver unmatched productivity, these new sprayers are loaded with features that make work faster and easier. The ProConnect Pump Removal System makes swapping a pump lower on the job site fast and easy. In three simple steps and without the use of any special tools, the end user can remove and replace the pump with a spare, available from any Graco distributor. No more time wasted driving to a repair center or waiting for the pump to be repaired. No more money lost to labor charges on pump repairs. No more wasted time on the job site, and no more delayed project completion dates. With a spare pump at the ready, contractors will have significantly fewer down days. Hand in hand with the ProConnect system and its replacement pump lower is Graco’s Endurance™ Now Program. With this program, when customers purchase a replacement pump lower at any Graco distributor at the time they purchase a sprayer, they will receive a mail-in coupon for a $25 rebate and a free pump repair kit. New models include the 390 PC, Ultra 395 PC, Ultra Max II 490 PC Pro, Ultra Max II 495 PC Pro, and Ultra Max 595 PC Pro. In addition to the ProConnect system, key features of the small and midsize electric sprayers include: Endurance Pump: the most reliable pump on the market. Easy Out Pump Filter: vertical design helps eliminate spills. Advantage Drive: Hardened steel gears run extremely quiet. MaxPower Brushless DC Motor: guaranteed for the life of the sprayer (490 PC Pro, 495 PC Pro and 595 PC Pro). SmartControl 1.0 (390 PC and Ultra 395 PC) and SmartControl 2.5 (490 PC Pro, 495 PC Pro and 595 PC Pro) pressure control delivers a consistent spray fan without pressure fluctuation at all spraying pressures. Digital display shows pressure, gallons, and hours, and provides error messages and diagnostics (490 PC Pro, 495 PC Pro and 595 PC Pro). FastFlush cleaning system uses half the water and runs up to four times faster for high-flow, faster cleaning of the sprayer (490 PC Pro, 495 PC Pro and 595 PC Pro). For additional information on Graco’s new small and midsize electric airless sprayers as well as other Graco spray equipment and accessories.

Graco Launches LubePro™ Automatic Lubrication Pumps for In-Plant Applications

Graco Inc. introduced the LubePro™ family of injector-based automatic lubrication pumps. LubePro™ series pumps offer a robust solution where high output and fast lubrication cycles are needed to optimally lubricate equipment while it’s working. They are most commonly used to lubricate machines used in food and beverage processing and packaging, glass manufacturing, tire production, injection molding, paper production and many other industrial manufacturing and production applications. Key Features and Benefits of LubePro™ Pumps: Three models available. The A900 and A1900 are designed for oil applications, and the A2600 is built for grease applications; Higher Lube Output and Frequency - All three pumps deliver greater output over the competition, which allows the system to lubricate more points and cycle more frequently: Factory-installed low level detection - LubePro pumps are available with a durable low level detection system factory installed. Competitive models require user installation of a low level system that includes many parts; Self-venting pump with no priming required - The integrated vent valve automatically and reliably relieves pressure on return stroke to provide years of trouble-free performance and there is no need to ever prime the pump; Engineered seals that last - No worries about leaking over the follower plate or into the air motor - LubePro seals are engineered to perform; Full line of complementary products - Package with Graco’s GL™ series grease and oil injectors, lubrication controllers, and other accessories for a complete automatic lubrication solution.

U.S. Federal Trade Commission Approves Carlisle Companies Incorporated's purchase of Liquid Finishing Business Assets from Graco Inc

On March 25, 2015, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced that the Commission has approved an Application for Approval of Divestiture filed by Graco Inc. in connection with the Asset Purchase Agreement, dated October 7, 2014, between Carlisle Companies Incorporated and Carlisle Fluid Technologies, Inc. and Graco Inc., and Finishing Brands Holdings Inc. Pursuant to the Purchase Agreement, Carlisle, through certain of its subsidiaries, will acquire, for cash consideration of $590 million (subject to certain adjustments for the levels of cash, indebtedness and working capital at closing), the worldwide liquid finishing systems and products business which was acquired by Graco on April 2, 2012 pursuant to an Asset Purchase Agreement, dated as of April 14, 2011, between Graco and certain of its subsidiaries and Illinois Tool Works Inc. and certain of its subsidiaries, as amended by a certain First Amendment to Asset Purchase Agreement, dated April 2, 2012. The approval of the Application satisfies one of the conditions to closing of the transactions contemplated by the Purchase Agreement. Subject to the satisfaction or waiver of the remaining closing conditions, the closing of the transactions contemplated by Purchase Agreement is expected to occur on or about April 1, 2015.

 

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