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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.