The company’s three markets each posted gross sales results for Q1 in 2015 that were higher than Q1 in 2014. Retail posted $229.9 million, up 14%. Industrial posted $211.2 million, up 23%. Construction posted $200.7 million, up 6%. The overall sales increase was attributable to a 14% gain in unit sales.
“Growth with our retail customers, success with new product
introductions, and significant gains in our industrial business aided by strong
results from new acquisitions were among the drivers that helped us deliver
these results, he added. Our strategies to improve top- and bottom-line results
are working, and we are focused on enhancing our growth and success day by day," CEO Matthew J. Missad said.