Raynor Garage Doors is pleased to announce that Raynor Worldwide has acquired Professional Garage Door Systems, Inc. (ProDoor Systems), located in the Indianapolis suburb of Plainfield, Indiana, effective December 31, 2020.
ProDoor is a leading regional manufacturer of innovative, opening price-point residential garage doors and commercial sectional doors. ProDoor’s products are distributed primarily through company-owned wholesale distribution centers located in Plainfield, Indiana; Little Rock, Arkansas; Cincinnati, Ohio; Dallas, Texas and Nashville, Tennessee. In addition, ProDoor also owns and operates two professional installing dealers located in Plainfield, Indiana and the Nashville suburb of Clarksville, Tennessee.
JD Stearns will assume the position of President of ProDoor Systems as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Raynor Worldwide.
Mike Biddle, VP Manufacturing for ProDoor, commented, “We have enjoyed watching ProDoor Manufacturing grow over the past few years and are excited to join forces with Raynor to elevate both businesses to the next level. ProDoor was once a Raynor dealer, so it’s been a real pleasure to come full circle and bring our family businesses back together again. We’re enthusiastic about the possibilities for our future.”
The acquisition of ProDoor further strengthens Raynor Worldwide’s position in the industry by expanding Raynor’s product offering to include opening price-point sectional doors and access to the wholesale…
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