MiTek to distribute OZCO Building Products

September 19, 2017 LBM Journal

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. — MiTek has completed a North American sales and distribution agreement with OZCO Building Products. OZCO Building Products is best known for originating the Ornamental Wood Ties (OWT) hardware category, offering structural connectors for use in decks, pergolas, benches, fences, gates, posts, gardens, planters, and more.

As part of this new partnership, OZCO and its products will have access to MiTek’s North American sales force, and will be available through MiTek’s footprint of retail and pro-dealer customers.

“Recently, OZCO Building Products has enjoyed tremendous growth, primarily because of our high-quality products combined with our top-tier dealer network,” said OZCO’s Ian Hill.  “Now, in our never-ending quest to set higher standards as the leader in the Ornamental Wood Ties category, we couldn’t have asked for a better partner than MiTek. MiTek’s corporate culture and vision are a great fit for OZCO.”

“MiTek is committed to innovation leadership across multiple categories, and OZCO will perfectly complement our MiTek Builder Products offerings,” said Tom Mort, Senior Vice President of its Builder Products division. “Moreover, OZCO has achieved a very high standard for its retail displays and product training.  MiTek welcomes the opportunity to offer this to our customers, along with OZCO’s highly distinctive product offerings. We are delighted with this new partnership. As the market dynamic changes, MiTek and its partners will continue to deliver Best in Class products and services as we set about delivering a New Standard of performance within the marketplace and to our valued customers.”

Source: MiTek Builder Products

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