Woodgrain Millwork Acquires Monarch Windows and Doors

Woodgrain Millwork of Fruitland, Idaho, has purchased Monarch Windows and Doors, an Alabama manufacturer. This acquisition increases Woodgrain Millwork's position in the Southeast United States. In return, Monarch hopes to gain more expertise and efficiency.

Based in Anniston, Ala., Monarch has more than 203,000 square feet of production space and approximately 200 employees. The company was founded in 1888 as Jenkins Lumber Co., by Raleigh M. Jenkins, Sr. In subsequent years, the company was transformed from a lumber supply company in Birmingham to a millwork manufacturer in Anniston. The Monarch product line debuted in the early 1990s.

"Monarch Windows and Woodgrain Millwork have cultures, values and business models that align extremely well," said John Smit, president of the Window Division for Woodgrain Millwork. "Employees, customers and vendors will benefit from the union of our two organizations."

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