Valspar expands global coil capabilities with acquisition ISVA Vernici

Valspar expands global coil capabilities with acquisition of ISVA Vernici

11:05 AM, 11th February 2016
Valspar expands global coil capabilities with acquisition of ISVA Vernici

MINNEAPOLIS, US: The Valspar Corporation said that it has completed the acquisition of ISVA Vernici, a European coil coatings manufacturer headquartered in Turin, Italy.

The ISVA acquisition extends Valspar’s manufacturing footprint in Europe and brings customers an expanded product offering and increased customer service capabilities. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

“ISVA’s excellent positioning in southern Europe will improve Valspar coil’s global presence and extend our reach into North Africa and the Gulf region,” said Howard Heckes, executive VP and president, global coatings, Valspar.

“Both Valspar and ISVA have long histories of innovation, supported by technologies and products that are well-respected in the market. Valspar’s customers will benefit from access to coating technologies from ISVA paired with Valspar’s technical service and global manufacturing capabilities.”

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