Gordon Brush Acquires Parker Brush
Gordon Brush Mfg. Co., Inc. has acquired Parker Brush, Inc., located in Rocklin, California. The Company's manufacturing and operations will be relocated and folded into Gordon Brush's 183,000-sq.-ft., City of Industry, California, manufacturing facility.
Since 1959, Parker Brush has specialized in manufacturing a vast array of styles and types of stock and custom brushes for the agriculture, food processing and electronics industries.
Melody Orenchuk, Parker Brush's founder and CEO, explains, "It’s time for us to step aside so that the Company can continue to grow. We felt that Gordon Brush was the best fit to take Parker Brush to the next level, to continue our family tradition of individualized customer service, and to best manufacture of our line of American made line of brushes for the agriculture, food processing and electronics industries."
Ken Rakusin, President and CEO of Gordon Brush notes, "The acquisition of Parker Brush expands Gordon Brush's reach and custom manufacturing capabilities. Parker Brush will add to our arsenal of amazing companies: Marx Brush, Milwaukee Dustless Brush, JEK, Redtree Industries, Brush Supply, StaticFaction, J. B. Ward, Kirschner Brush, and Easy Reach Supply. The Parker Brush acquisition dramatically enhances our scale, product offerings, and geographic reach — creating new synergies that better position us for future growth and investment in new and existing markets. It's another perfect fit for Gordon Brush that ties into its mantra of being, Proud To Be An American Manufacturer. This acquisition enhances the global product offering of Gordon Brush's line of industrial brushes and opens up new avenues for the manufacture of custom brush products. As the demand for American made products increases, we are proud to be at the forefront of that movement."
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