Laticrete acquires Drytek Flooring Solutions

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Bethany, Conn.—Laticrete announced the acquisition of Drytek Flooring Solutions, a leading industry supplier of self-leveling cements, decorative concrete toppings, and related products and systems. These products will be maintained under the Drytek brand name and sold through distribution within the Laticrete Specialty Products Division (SPD).

Since 2003, the innovative Drytek product line has been specified and installed in a wide variety of new building and renovation projects across the U.S., including the Empire State Building, Macy’s, Columbia University, Florida Mall and the Weill Medical Center in New York City.

“As a natural fit for Laticrete, Drytek will allow us to leverage our national footprint and state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities into an important and growing segment of the building materials industry” said Ed Metcalf, president, Laticrete North America. “We’ve been looking at this segment for some time and felt the time was right.”

John Striednig, director of the Specialty Products Division said, “This premium brand offers a broad set of solutions that add clear value. The Drytek brand has a reputation for excellence among contractors and architects.”

For information on Drytek Flooring Solutions products from Laticrete, call 1.877.DRYTEK1.

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