Torsion Group Corp Acquires Leading Independent Retailer of Garage Door Parts & Accessories

Published: August 2, 2019 | Topics: Portfolio News

August 2019 – Torsion Group Corp (“TGC”) is a manufacturer and distributor of garage door parts and accessories. After launching the company’s online ordering capability six months ago, Torsion Group Corp (“TGC”) solidified its presence in the online retail space by acquiring North Shore Commercial Door (“NSCD”), a pioneer in the online garage door parts and accessories distribution space.

Since its founding 35 years ago, NSCD has been a go-to online source for commercial and residential garage door replacement parts, openers, and supplies. Representing some of the top brands in the industry, NSCD’s team of industry experts provide trusted technical support and best-in-class service for garage door dealers and do-it-yourself customers. Bringing NSCD into the TGC fold will benefit the company in myriad ways, including:

  • Enhance Online Presence: NSCD brings an established brand, well developed infrastructure, high performing, search engine optimized website, and e-marketing strategy.
  • Expanded Customer Base: NSCD provides access to a growing customer base of “DIY” customers as well as dealers that have not traditionally purchased from TGC.
  • Broader Product Offering: The acquisition gives TGC the ability to tap into NSCD’s current product offering, which includes brand name residential and commercial operators, transmitters, remotes, and operator replacement parts among others.

MCM is looking forward to seeing the organizations leverage each other’s strengths into dynamic growth.

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