From design to completion with ITW Construction Products

Published:  03 October, 2014

ITW Construction Products, a manufacturer of fixing, fastening and drilling systems for wood, steel and concrete applications and ITW Industry, a specialist in software, components, fasteners and equipment for the timber construction industry, will now function as a combined business, operating under the name of ITW Construction Products.

The newly consolidated ITW Construction Products business will comprise primarily of five key sub-brands - Alpine and Gang-Nail, specialists in software and nail plates for the production of roof trusses and open web floor joists; Cullen, a manufacturer of timber engineering connectors; Paslode, an innovator in the manufacturing of gas and pneumatic fastening tools and consumables; and Spit, a supplier of steel and concrete nailing, and metal and chemical anchoring systems. Together, the ITW Construction Products brands offer customers a full range of products and services to see build projects through from design to completion.

Tom Wavre, head of marketing, said: “By bringing the market strengths and experience of ITW Industry and ITW Construction Products together under one banner, we are able to enhance our offering to our customer base. We have multiple market leading brands in our portfolio and having aligned these correctly, we can be fully focussed on continuing to develop the best solutions for our customers.”

Working as a combined business, ITW Construction Products hopes to offer enhanced experience and expertise, alongside its range of products and services and industry renowned standards of customer and technical support.

To support the newly merged business, ITW Construction Products has revamped its company branding with a new logo and style. Changes will be made to company branding online in the coming months.

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