The Marmon Fastener Group is excited to announce the newest addition to its lineup of leading construction fastener companies – Tenn-Tex Plastics Inc.

Based in Colfax, N.C., Tenn-Tex manufactures plastic injection molded parts for kitchen and bath cabinetry. It provides mounting brackets for drawer slides, shelf supports, corner braces, and related products to cabinet manufacturers, hardware distributors, and cabinetry dealers.

Founded in 1986, Tenn-Tex is the recognized leader in the markets it serves, with a reputation for innovation, quality, and dependability.

Tenn-Tex’s products complement the offerings of Marmon’s portfolio of construction fastener companies:
• Pan American Screw / Deerwood Fasteners, headquartered in Conover, NC
• Western Builders Supply, headquartered in Billings, MT
• Robertson Inc., headquartered in Burlington, Ontario, Canada
• Atlas Building Products, headquartered in Ashland, OH

“Tenn-Tex is a great fit for the Marmon Fastener Group as we grow and innovate in both existing and adjacent markets to meet customer needs,” noted Group President Steve Semmler. “Tenn-Tex is particularly well aligned with Pan American Screw.”

“We look forward to growing in service to our customers and markets through the excellent synergy of Pan American and Tenn-Tex,” said Pan American President Phil Lail.

The Marmon Fastener Group is part of Marmon Holdings, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway company.

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