National Supplier of Painting Products Announces New Platform for Growth

Kirkland, Wa. based Paint Sundries Solutions, Inc., (PSS) announced the formation of a new parent organization, Applicate Commerce, which is comprised of three business units: PSS, Paint Supply, and Applicate Services.

“The formation of Applicate Commerce gives us the structure we need to facilitate new growth initiatives across all companies and broaden our organization’s reach,” said Don Walker, CEO.

The three companies under the Applicate Commerce umbrella have distinct missions: 

  • PSS will continue its strong tradition of providing innovative supply chain solutions in the applied architectural products industry to retailers nationwide through a network of five distribution facilities.
  • Paint Supply leverages industry expertise to provide an innovative e-commerce platform to serve manufacturers in the applied architectural products industry by helping connect leading brands with business customers in every market.  
  • Applicate Services leverages the organization’s knowledge capital in the applied architectural products industry to provide consulting and related services focused in areas including: e-commerce, data analytics, 3PL services, marketing and sales.

“Applicate Commerce provides our organization a strong platform for actively investing in growth and innovation to drive our business forward in the years ahead,” says Andrew Walsh, President and COO. “This is an exciting next step in our evolution, and reinforces our continuing commitment to support our business partners by helping to connect applied architectural products to every customer.”

The company has a 60+ year history of providing innovative solutions to leading retailers and manufacturers in the architectural coatings industry.

To learn more, please visit www.applicatecommerce.com

Source: Applicate Commerce

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Categories: Construction, Distribution

Tags: 3PL, applied architectural products, architectural products, e-commerce, manufacturers, paint products, retailers, supply chain