TAMPA, Fla.--()--Masonite International Corporation (the “Company”) today announced that it was recently notified by its second largest retail customer that they will reduce their interior door business with the Company, primarily in the northeastern and southwestern United States, starting early in 2013. The affected business, which consists principally of molded doors, is expected to amount to approximately $70 million dollars of sales on an annualized basis.
“Although we are clearly disappointed with this decision, we remain committed to our balanced growth strategy which focuses on providing customers with a broad range of high quality doors and a value added service proposition”
“Although we are clearly disappointed with this decision, we remain committed to our balanced growth strategy which focuses on providing customers with a broad range of high quality doors and a value added service proposition,” said Fred Lynch, President and Chief Executive Officer. “We continue to actively pursue additional opportunities to accelerate growth with new and existing customers and will quickly take the appropriate actions to balance supply and demand in the affected regions.”
Masonite Earnings Conference Call Reminder
As previously announced, Masonite International Corporation plans to webcast a discussion of its 2012 third quarter and year-to-date results at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Thursday, November 8, 2012. President and Chief Executive Officer Fred Lynch, and Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Mark Erceg will discuss the results via the live webcast.
Masonite International Corporation is a leading global manufacturer of residential and commercial doors, committed to providing the highest value building products to customers in approximately 70 countries around the world. Additional information about Masonite can be found at www.masonite.com.
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