Wingate Partners Acquires Binswanger Glass

Wingate Partners Acquires Binswanger Glass
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Date: 14 March 2017

Wingate Partners, a Dallas, Texas based investment firm, announced today that it has partnered with CEO Tim Curran and management to acquire Binswanger Glass, headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee.

Binswanger Glass, with 64 locations in 15 states, is one of the largest U.S. providers of repair, replacement, remodeling as well as new construction and installation services for a full suite of architectural glass and aluminum products, serving commercial, residential, and automotive aftermarket customers.

Wingate Partners will support the current management team as Binswanger continues to provide exceptional service to a growing customer base.

"This is an exciting time for Binswanger Glass as the investment by Wingate Partners will help accelerate our growth in new and existing markets," said Curran. "The partnership between Binswanger Glass and Wingate is a testament to the success of Binswanger's core principles of safety, attracting and retaining exceptional people, maintaining key relationships with the strongest suppliers of glass and glass-related products and, ultimately, providing our customers with unmatched service for all their glass needs."

"We are excited to partner with Tim Curran and the team at Binswanger Glass. Binswanger is a clear leader in its markets with a deep commitment to its employees, customers and vendors," said Brian Steinbrueck, Partner at Wingate Partners.

"Tim and the leadership team have differentiated Binswanger by driving a strong safety culture, employing exceptionally talented people and consistently providing their customers with excellent service. We look forward to supporting them in the continued growth and success of the company."

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