YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1996
REVENUE: $405 million
• Traffic marking paint
Bryce Anderson, chairman; Steve Vetter, chief executive officer, John Midea, president and Matt Soule, chief financial officer.
Ennis-Flint manufactures and distributes pavement-marking materials. It offers traffic paints; hot-applied thermoplastics, such as alkyd thermoplastics and hydrocarbon thermoplastics; raised pavement markers; plural components; crosswalks and traffic calming solutions; green bike lane treatments; and detectable warning products. The company also offers preformed thermoplastic pavement markings that are used for transverse markings, such as crosswalks, legends, arrows, symbols, interstate shields and more. Ennis-Flint acquired the Australian colored surfacing specialists, TCP. With operating facilities in Melbourne and Brisbane, TCP has been a cornerstone of the Australian colored surfacing market for more than 35 years. The company also entered into a formal strategic partnership with Quest Construction Products, Inc., a manufacturer and supplier of specialty coatings.