SAN ANTONIO--XPEL Technologies Corp. (TSXV: DAP.U) has announced its acquisition of Transguard Inc, an installer of automotive paint protection and window film based in Boise, Idaho.
Ryan Pape, President and Chief Executive Officer of XPEL, commented, “Transguard has been a customer of ours for over fifteen years and we’re excited to welcome Scott Cluff and the Transguard team to the XPEL family. Under Scott’s leadership, Transguard has built a great reputation for outstanding service in the Boise area.”
Scott Cluff, President and CEO of Transguard, commented, “My team and I are thrilled to be joining XPEL, a clear leader in our industry, and we look forward to leveraging the XPEL brand and service model to capitalize on the significant growth opportunities in Boise.”
Mr. Pape continued, “Scott will be a great addition to the XPEL team serving as our Manager of the Boise market post-acquisition. Transguard was our primary customer in this market and we will work towards adding more customers and growing the addressable size of the Boise market.”
Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
About XPEL Technologies Corp.
XPEL leads the industry in designing, manufacturing and distributing high-performance automotive paint and headlamp protection film technologies. Using XPEL’s proprietary software and materials, our professional design team develops products that deliver the ultimate in vehicle protection, meeting the demands of a broad range of makes and models. With more than 70,000 vehicle-specific applications and a global network of trained installers, XPEL is dedicated to exceeding customer expectations in providing high-quality products, customer service and technical support. XPEL Technologies Corp. (TSXV: DAP.U) is publicly traded on the TSXV Exchange. Visit www.xpel.com for more information.
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