Laticrete International acquires HP Spartacote

Laticrete International, a manufacturer of construction solutions for the building industry, acquired HP Spartacote. The acquisition will provide Laticrete customers access to new products and technologies, while expanding the company’s presence in the restoration, decorative flooring and coatings category. Headquartered in Golden, Colorado, HP Spartacote produces a line of resinous floor coatings.

The acquisition was completed in July, with integration of manufacturing, sales and service functions occurring over the next 12 months.

Laticrete is a family-owned manufacturer and marketer of residential, commercial and industrial construction solutions. Established almost 60 years ago, Laticrete expanded its restoration and decorative product line through acquisitions and partnerships. This announcement comes on top of two other acquisitions made earlier this year - L&M Construction Chemicals and the DuPont Surface Care Business.

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HP Spartacote is a manufacturer of resinous floor coatings. The company serves commercial, industrial and residential markets around the world. They work with facility managers and architects to specify “return to service” coating solutions for concrete flooring.

Under the new ownership of Laticrete, the HP Spartacote brand and product portfolio will leverage the resources and opportunities Laticrete offers, including: nationwide manufacturing facilities, an expanded team of sales representatives, Laticrete global research and development capabilities, marketing and technical services, access to global markets, enhanced architectural presence and access to Laticrete's nationwide distribution system.

HP Spartacote produces a line of resinous floor coatings

 

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