Chromcraft Revington acquires California-based business
by MBJ Staff
Published: March 27,2012
SENATOBIA — Chromcraft Revington Inc. has acquired Executive Office Concepts, Compton, Calif., for an undisclosed sum.
Executive Office Concepts (EOC) has been in the seating and casegoods business for four decades. EOC was founded by Richard L. Sinclair, who got his start in the furniture industry working his way through college. He has been the president and CEO and active in the day-to-day affairs of EOC. He has agreed to serve as a consultant for Chromcraft Revington.
Sinclair has been on the board of directors of several trade associations, including the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association. He is currently president of the Contract Interiors Marketing Association.
EOC’s leased manufacturing facilities are located on 15 acres of modern industrial property in the Los Angeles Business Park, halfway between downtown Los Angeles and the Port of Los Angeles.
Ron Butler, Chairman and CEO of Chromcraft Revington, said, “We are delighted to be able to build upon our 50 years of manufacturing experience in Senatobia, Miss., with the acquisition of EOC. We believe its commercial product lines, especially an extensive health care line, complement our current product line of seating, tables, and waiting area furniture. We plan to operate EOC and offer its branded products to our contract customers, especially those seeking office suites and those in the health care segment. The company has been profitable during the recent difficult economic conditions and we expect the acquisition to be accretive in 2012.”
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