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WINA Buys Weinstock Bros. of New York

WINA Buys Weinstock Bros. of New York
November 02
12:28 2017

Würth Industry North America (WINA) acquired structural fastener supplier Weinstock Bros.

Based in Valley Stream, NY, Weinstock Bros. has distributed structural bolts, tools and equipment for the construction of steel building and bridges since 1898. The company has supplied products that hold together some of the most iconic structures in the world, including Freedom Tower, Goethals Bridge, Atlanta Falcon’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and Yankee Stadium. Web: WeinstockBros.com

The transaction is the fifth in three years for WINA.

“I am delighted to have Marc Strauss, Nick Junjulas, and the entire team at Weinstock Bros., Inc. join the WINA group,” stated Marc Strandquist, EVP of the Würth Group. “Their expertise in the construction fastener industry compliments that of Würth House of Threads based in Birmingham, and promotes continual growth for the WINA team within this specific industry.”

“With Würth House of Thread’s strong presence in the U.S. Southeast region and Central Mexico, and Weinstock Bros., Inc., located in the Northeast U.S., the acquisition will strengthen WINA’s long term logistics strategy,” Strandquist noted.

The combination is also expected to enable further specialization in the construction market.

A part of the Würth Group, WINA provides fasteners and C-Class parts through 105 branches in North and South America. Indianapolis-based WINA employs 2,000 workers and generated sales of $800 million in 2017. Web: WurthIndustry.com

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