VersaFlex, a manufacturer specializing in polyurea, epoxy, polyurethanes, custom plural component equipment, and geotechnical and insulation foams, recently announced it had reached a definitive agreement to be acquired by PPG. The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2021, subject to customary closing conditions. Financial terms were not disclosed.
“We are excited to join PPG, a global paint and coatings leader, with its world-class resources and leading-edge technologies,” said Rob Pawlak, president of VersaFlex. “Their high standards and commitment to deliver sustainable value to their customers will be a benefit for our customers’ continued success.”
VersaFlex is an aggregation of four U.S.-based protective coatings companies, consisting of legacy VersaFlex, Raven Lining Systems, Milamar Coatings, and Specialty Products, Inc., which were acquired by DalFort Capital from 2017-2019. VersaFlex has approximately 130 employees, and its 2020 revenue is expected to be approximately $70 million. The company operates three manufacturing sites located in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Washington.
“VersaFlex’s attractive segment mix with strong growth outlook, unique product offering, broad expertise, and manufacturing capabilities in polyurea and flooring coatings will complement and expand upon PPG’s current product offering,” said Ram Vadlamannati, PPG senior vice president, protective and marine coatings (PMC) and president, Europe, Middle East and Africa. “This acquisition supports PPG’s commitment to growing our industry-leading technology portfolio and customer touchpoints.”