Pella buys EFCO

Residential window and door manufacturer Pella Corp., of Pella, Iowa, acquired EFCO Corp., of Monett, Mo., on Aug. 28 for an undisclosed amount, according to an Aug. 30 Pella release.

The aluminum curtain wall, window and storefront company will now be known as EFCO, a Pella Company, according to the release.

EFCO will continue to produce EFCO-brand products in Monett, and its 1,600 employees will remain at the company. EFCO's independent representatives also will continue to sell its products nationwide during the transition to new ownership, according to the release.

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600450 Pella buys EFCO
Date: 3 September 2007

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