Technical Glass Products has been acquired by Allegion, a leading global security products and solutions provider, providing a natural extension of Allegion’s core product lines.
Allegion, plc, a leading global security products and solutions provider, has acquired Technical Glass Products (TGP) through one of its subsidiaries.
Established in 1980, TGP is a leading North American manufacturer of advanced fire-rated entrance and wall systems for institutions and non-residential buildings. Its product lines include fire-rated glass and frames for doors, entrances and wall systems – a natural extension of Allegion’s core product lines. TGP’s product brands include the FireLite® family of fire-rated ceramic glass, Pilkington Pyrostop® fire-rated wall panels, Fireframes® family of fire-rated frames and others.
“Bringing TGP – with a leading market position, as well as a solid record of innovation and integrity – into the Allegion family is exciting,” said David D. Petratis, chairman, president and CEO of Allegion. “TGP’s focus on institutional and non-residential projects provides a strong tie to Allegion’s core business – and, more importantly, TGP will leverage the strength of our existing specification writing capabilities to help accelerate growth. Our complementary solutions will also mutually expand our reach in North American and Middle Eastern markets.”
TGP is expected to operate within the Americas region. Current TGP President Jeff Razwick will continue to lead the business.
“I look forward to helping ensure a smooth integration as TGP joins Allegion,” said Razwick. “We’re happy to be part of a company that has a track record of operational excellence and is known for its demand generation capabilities. Our customers and distributors will benefit from access to the full range of Allegion specialty products, hollow metal doors and frames, in addition to our premium product offering.”
TGP generated approximately USD 80 million in net sales for the trailing 12 months ended 30 September 2017. The transaction is expected to be accretive to earnings in 2018. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.