Omaha, Nebraska -- Lozier Corporation, an industry leader in providing store fixtures to major retailers around the world, announced the acquisition of the Leggett & Platt Store Fixtures Group, another leading manufacturer of retail fixtures.
“We’re thrilled to be bringing these two organizations together,” said Lozier President/CEO Sheri Andrews. “We have very complementary skills and by joining together, we’re bringing a new level of service and value to the retail marketplace. Through our united organization, retailers will have a trusted, proven resource for all of their fixturing needs. With our unparalleled capabilities in design, manufacturing, and distribution, we’re able to offer retailers everything they need – from the back of the store to the end of the checkout line.”
The union of the two businesses is the latest step in Lozier’s mission to deliver the lowest Total Delivered Cost with the highest level of customer service. The new organization brings together millions of square feet ofmanufacturing and distribution facilities.
“Ultimately, what we’re creating is a truly reliable supply chain – of both products and ideas – to our customers,” noted Ron McComas, President of Leggett & Platt Store Fixtures Group. “All of our shared resources are being united in an organization solely focused on one industry – retail – and one product line – store fixtures. With our combined resources, we’re perfectly positioned to help retailers grow sales and realize their vision for their stores.”
“This is a very exciting time for all of us,” said Andrews. “In the ever-changing retail marketplace, our customers are constantly being presented with new challenges and new opportunities. We’re creating a nimble, flexible organization that can help them meet those challenges and seize those opportunities. As we unite two teams of people with a real passion for innovation, creativity, and customer service, we’re convinced the benefits of this effort will be shared, and seen, by our customers, our employees and our stakeholders.”