Leupold & Stevens Acquires Anodize Solutions

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posted on October 4, 2021
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Leupold & Stevens Inc. has acquired Anodize Solutions, effective immediately.

Oregon-based Anodize Solutions provides anodizing services to outdoor-related manufacturers across North America. The company will operate as a subsidiary of Leupold & Stevens and continue to report to its current management team. Anodize Solutions and its leadership team have been longtime, key strategic partners supporting Leupold’s U.S.-manufactured products.

“Our partnership with the founders and key members of Anodize Solutions has spanned over 25 years,” said Bruce Pettet, president and chief executive officer of Leupold & Stevens Inc. “The strategic acquisition protects a critical component of our supply chain and will allow us to use their expertise to improve upon the design and manufacture of our products. I’m proud to welcome their entire team to the Leupold & Stevens family.”

Richard Bretherton, President of Anodize Solutions, will continue to run the company’s operations as general manager. The company will remain in its Tualatin, Ore., facility.

 

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