Ennis Paint Purchases Company in Australia
Better Roads Staff | December 16, 2009
Dallas, Texas, December 11, 2009 – Ennis Paint, a leading global provider of pavement marking materials and traffic safety products has announced it has purchased a majority share in G.T. Industries, a manufacturer of pavement marking materials in Australia.
Bryce Anderson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ennis Paint, said: “We’re very excited to formally enter the Australian market and to do it with such a proven company as G.T. Industries. This facility will service not only Australia, but New Zealand and the nearby islands and will be complementary to our operations in Southeast Asia.”
The facility is located in Ingleburn, New South Wales, about 50 kilometers south of Sydney, and produces waterborne paint, thermoplastic coatings, preformed thermoplastic, cold plastic (MMA) coatings, and anti products produced in the United States and Europe.
About Ennis Paint, Inc.
Formed in 1996 by Bryce Anderson and headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Ennis Paint is the world’s largest producer of pavement marking materials, leading the industry with the development of innovative, state of the art technologies and solutions designed to promote safety for all modes of travel. With a product line that includes waterborne and solventborne traffic paint, raised pavement markers, alkyd and hydrocarbon based thermoplastic, epoxy, modified urethane epoxy, poly and methacrylates, Ennis Paint offers the most comprehensive solutions to the safety industry. With 9 manufacturing plants in the United States as well as numerous other operations worldwide, Ennis Provides its government and commercial customers with the industry’s most comprehensive offering of highly durable and retro of highways, roads and other applications.
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