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Coatings for Industry Announces Deal with Wooster Brush Company
Direct-to-Contractor Supplier of Coatings Will Offer Wooster’s Professional Products to its Customers, Creating a One-Stop Project Source.
Effective June 1, CFI’s customers have access to both high performance coatings and many of the tools needed to apply them from one source, according to CFI President Kevin Klotz.
“The Wooster Brush product offering brings Coatings for Industry one big step closer to being a one-stop shop for contractors seeking the quality materials and tools they need,” says Klotz. “We’
CFI customers will have access to Wooster Brush’s complete product line, but Klotz expects Wooster’s roller covers in various sizes, extension poles, and surface prep tools such as scrapers and wire brushes to be the most popular items. The equipment will be delivered alongside CFI’s own primers, sealers and topcoats.
“For generations, Wooster has been the go-to source of equipment for painting and application professionals. This arrangement represents yet another great way to get our products directly into their hands,” says Keith Cornelius, market analyst for Wooster Brush.
About The Wooster Brush Company
The Wooster Brush Company produces more than 2,000 products for painters of all skill levels. High standards of quality and innovation are maintained with in-house engineering, production, graphic design, and printing departments. Its 888,000 square foot headquarters facility has been located in Wooster, Ohio since 1851. To learn more about Wooster, visit their website: http://www.woosterbrush.com.
About Coatings for Industry
Coatings For Industry, Inc. started over four decades ago as a manufacturer of specialized, high-technology industrial, architectural, and aerospace coatings. Today, CFI manufactures the highest grade of coatings, which contractors can purchase directly, and prides itself on being flexible and responsive to the needs of its customers. CFI’s family of coatings is trademarked under the names ALSEAL, Siloxseal, Urethabond, and Wearcoat. For more information about CFI, visit http://www.cficoatings.com.