Cookie Policy - To find out more about cookies on this website, see our privacy policy

Cookie Policy

We Help Companies Find New Sales Opportunities

We Help Companies Find New Sales Opportunities

Heywood Williams

Heywood Williams, the West Yorkshire-based building materials supplier with more than 1,000 staff, has gone into administration through Deloitte and the trading operations have been sold to a new company called Arran Isle.

Heywood Williams is to acquire Avenco, the Irish building products supplier, for £16m.

Heywood Williams is to acquire Carlisle Brass Group, the architectural hardware distributor with sites in Carlisle, Blackburn and Preston, for £48m.

Heywood Williams is to sell its plastic window systems division, including 600 staff at sites in Macclesfield, North Lincolnshire and Trentham, to Latium Plastics for £3m, in order to focus on door hardware and panels.

Heywood Williams is to sell Bristolpipe, the US manufacturer of PVC pipes, to Westlake Chemical for £18m.

Heywood Williams has sold Coldseal, its Nottingham-based double glazing subsidiary with 500 staff, to newly-formed Coldseal Group in exchange for a 19.9% stake in Coldseal Group.

Heywood Williams has sold Creation Group, the US manufacturer of aluminium parts for recreational vehicles, to Dura Automotive Systems for £36m.

Heywood Williams has acquired Pioneer Plastics, the US supplier of plastic pipe products.

Heywood Williams has acquired BCE Cellular Extrusions, the supplier of PVCu building products, from Rugby Group for £11m.

Heywood Williams has acquired two US companies for £5.4m - Verns Quality Products and Columbia Plastics.

Heywood Williams is acquiring Mila Beslag, the Danish distributor of components to UK makers of windows and doors, for £34m.

Heywood Williams has acquired Maccess Group, the motor accessories company, for £23m.