Mill Street Capital is offering to purchase outstanding shares of Huttig at a 67% premium price.
The co-op reports a new record for member rebates.
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Mill Road Capital makes a bid for the building products distributor.
Most hardware and building supply stocks showed gains on Wall Street Aug. 11.
It was another solid day on the markets for hardware and building supply stocks.
Sales for the first nine months of 2020 are down 2.9%.
Acquisitions provide a 4.3% hike in sales for the pro dealer.
The building products distributor is closing locations in Ohio and New York as part of restructuring efforts.
Sales for the first half of 2020 are up 5.6% to $3.7 billion.
About $14 million in net sales growth is attributed to commodity price inflation.
Tools and storage sales fall 16% in North America.
Wood product sales fall 16% as building material distribution sales climb 3%.
Strong DIY demand isn't enough to lift sagging sales in Q2.
The building products distributor says it continues to face job site restrictions in several states.
Pricing strategy credited with navigating the pandemic.
Residential product sales grow 10% for the decking manufacturer in the first half of 2020.
The private label card offers customers a few powerful perks
Comp store sales fall 21.3% in the second quarter due to the impact of COVID-19.
Siding sales climb 5% to $220 million in the second quarter.
Scotts reports 28% sales growth and bonuses for employees.
COVID-19 prompted the forest products giant to curtail operations in the second quarter.
Comp store sales grow more than 30% as TSC sees solid sales across all categories.
Sales of cement, concrete, and aggregates climb 30%.
Simpson Strong-Tie’s return to Lowe’s results in higher sales volume.