Osborne acquires Bendix Architectural Products

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Osborne Wood Products, a manufacturer and supplier of island legs, corbels and table legs, announced it purchased the assets of Bendix Architectural Products.

The acquisition includes all products, product lines and the company name. The assets will be moved from Passaic, N.J., to Osborne’s facility in Toccoa, Ga.

Bendix Architectural Products was officially founded in 1924, but members of the Bendix family produced wooden moldings in Germany tracing all the way back to 1854. The company has been located in New York and New Jersey during the last 91 years, offering a variety of decorative moldings, including corbels, appliqués and crown moldings, according to Osborne.

“I’m very excited to serve the woodworking industry by offering this unique and beautiful line of products,” Osborne Wood Products CEO Leon Osborne said in a statement. “We are confident that the Bendix products along with Osborne’s world class service will benefit the trade.”

For information, visit www.osbornewood.com.

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