Goff’s Enterprises announces acquisition of Tiger Wall

Goff’s Enterprises has announced the acquisition of Tiger Wall--a division of Thatcher Oaks of Elmhurst, Ill.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
November 16, 2010 - MMH Editorial

Goff’s Enterprises has announced the acquisition of Tiger Wall—a division of Thatcher Oaks of Elmhurst, Ill.  Tiger Wall manufactures curtain wall systems for auto body facilities.  The acquisition will expand Goff’s presence in the automotive repair market as well as enhance Goff’s ongoing growth as an industrial space partitioning manufacturer.

“This strategic acquisition fits with our business model by allowing us to create a wider distribution reach” says Tony Goff, President of Goff’s.

Goff’s Enterprises is the original manufacturer of the curtain wall. Started in 1987, Goff’s has now extended its product line to include curtain walls, welding curtains & screens, high speed industrial vinyl and mesh roll-up doors, strip doors, noise control products, climate curtains and food processing curtains.



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