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Fence Products

SBI has compiled, analyzed, and summarized fence product statistics and company information in order to uncover sales and profit opportunities. U.S. shipment data is broken down by material, and includes wire fence products, barbed wire, nonwire metal fences, wood fences, and plastic fences. Fencing installation spending is analyzed by end-use market, and is provided for residential, nonresidential, and agricultural markets. Fence product sourcing is detailed from domestic plants and from foreign manufacturers. The section on factors affecting fence product demand reveals trends for U.S. construction activity, remodeling spending, consumer and farm income, and the impact of crime rates and prison construction. In addition, export shipments by product by country is analyzed. The report also analyzes the cost structure and profitability of U.S. steel wire fencing product plants in order to compare the competitive position of wire drawing and wire fabricating facilities. The competitive environment is reviewed for all industry sectors. The number, revenue, and cost structure of fence contractors are also investigated. In addition, SBI profiled product lines and recent development for major fence product manufacturers.


Scope And Methodology

The SBI Market Profile on Fence Products is a guide to the sales and profit-oriented opportunities in this growing sector of the U.S. building materials industry. This comprehensive database covers U.S. shipments, imports, fence installation spending, fence contractors, factors affecting U.S. demand, exports, the cost structure of steel wire fencing plants, and the competitive environment. In addition, major U.S. manufacturers and marketers are profiled to review competitor strengths and strategies.

The U.S. fence product supply was calculated from Department of Commerce statistics by collecting data on domestic plant shipments and adding imports (Section 1). Data on shipments and imports were collected by material, including wire fencing, barbed wire, nonwire ornamental metal fences, wood fence products, and PVC fences. Price trends were tracked for metal and wood fences from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Producer Price Index. Shipments are for all domestic manufacturers, whether plants are owned by U.S.- or foreign-based companies and whether or not plants specialize (50% or more of total facility revenues) in fence products. U.S. shipments and imports are segmented further in their own separate sections. Wire fence product shipments are provided for chain link fencing, woven and welded wire fence, gates and posts, and ornamental lawn fence (Section 2). Shipment statistics are derived from the Census of Manufacturers, Annual Survey of Manufacturers, and Current Industrial Report surveys and estimated and forecasted by SBI. Import competition is analyzed for wire and wood fence products by type and by major country of origin (Section 3). U.S. import data are derived from U.S. Customs records.

Fence installation spending is also analyzed (Section 4). SBI segments residential, nonresidential, and agricultural markets. In addition, the fence contractor business is investigated (Section 5). Contractor data are based on U.S. Department of Commerce and American Fence Association (AFA), Snellville, Georgia, surveys. The AFA’s data is compiled from their Cost of Doing Business Report.

SBI also evaluated factors affecting U.S. fence product demand (Section 6). Data tables cover U.S. construction activity by market, the U.S. housing market, residential remodeling spending, and personal and farm income trends. In addition, SBI studied U.S. crime rates and the prison construction situation. Foreign market sales are evaluated by analyzing U.S. export shipments (Section 7). Export shipments are provided by product sector and major country of destination. A look at the Canadian trade situation is included as well. These latter data are compiled from Statistics Canada publications.

As part of this in-depth analysis, SBI supplied data on the cost structure and profitability of U.S. steel wire fencing plants (Section 8). Government data cover all U.S. plants specializing (50% or more of total plant revenues) in this product sector. The competitive environment, however, is reviewed for all industry sectors. Government data are supplemented with major competitor sales estimates and company profiles (Section 9). Annual reports, databases, and trade journals were searched for new products, capital projects, acquisitions, and growth strategies.

Action-oriented executives are urged to use this comprehensive statistical database and competitor information to uncover product lines, end-use markets, and profitable operating strategies. Executives are urged to compute their own company’s market share and compare their company’s operating ratios to the industry averages as part of this process.

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“The value of the U.S. fence supply is estimated to reach $2.3 billion during 2001”

New York, June 5,2001 /PRNewswire –- The U.S. Fence Products Report includes the information that is most critical to uncovering maximum sales and profit opportunities in the fence products industry.

Produced by Specialist Business In Business Information (SBI), a division of MarketResearch.com “The U.S. Fence Products Report” is an in-depth, comprehensive report analyzing the U.S. fence products industry. The U.S. fence product market has been a growing sector of the domestic building materials industry between 1997 and 2001. Sales growth and profit margins have improved as well as relatively sharp gains in fence product demand for fence contractors. This report from SBI outlines some of the key factors that have contributed to growth in this industry as well as information critical to staying ahead in the market. Some of the areas covered in the report include overall market trends and end-use markets, material sector analysis, competitive environment, and contractor business.

“The value of the U.S. fence supply (shipments plus imports) estimated to reach $2.3 billion during 2001, this is up form 7.3% annually over the last five year period, ” Richard Koulbanis, Vice President of Publishing, MarketResearch.com. “This was significantly higher than the growth for total U.S. building material shipments, as a result, fence products are estimated to rise to 0.67% of total building material shipments during 2001, up from 0.50% in 1997.”

With the U.S. fence products market projected to slow over the next five years as U.S. economic growth moderates, there is a huge interest in trying to capitalize in this industry while it is in the peek of market potential. “Though the fence project market is projected to slow, the growth is expected to continue to outpace gains in the overall U.S. building material industry which means people are interested in capturing the most profitable sectors of the fence industry market at this point,” states Richard Koulbanis, Vice President of Publishing, MarketResearch.com. “This report from SBI is ultimately designed as a guide to the sales and profit oriented opportunities in this industry so it can be used as an valuable tool.”

Action oriented executives are urged to use this comprehensive statistical database and competitor information to uncover product-lines, end user markets and profitable operating strategies

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Uncover Your Maximum Sales and Profit Opportunities with The Fence Products Report from Specialists in Business Information

New! The Fence Products report, published by Specialists in Business Information (SBI) is now available through MarketResearch.com. This study provides you with the most up to date fence product statistics and company information available. The report includes the information that is most critical to uncovering maximum sales and profit opportunities in the fence products industry.

Issued addressed in the report include:

  • Overall Market Trends and End-Use Markets
  • Material Sector Analysis
  • Competitive Environment
  • Contractor Business

Be equipped with the data to analyze many specialized segments of the industry; this includes tables and graphs that analyze the value and revenue of the various sectors in the fence products industry. For example the section detailing U.S. Shipment data is broken down by material and includes:

  • Wire Fence Products
  • Barbed Wire
  • Nonwire Metal Fence
  • Wood Fences
  • Plastic Fences

SBI reports provide you with the information you need to maintain your competitive edge including valuable data on the current and historical size and growth of markets, forecasts of future market size and growth, assessments of market trends and profiles of influential competitors.

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Issues Addressed:

  • U.S. Shipment Data Broken down by material
  • Fencing Installation Spending is Analyzed
  • Fence Product Sourcing
  • Factors Affecting Fence Product Demand
  • A Review of the Competitive Environment for all Sectors of the Industry
  • Export Shipments by Product and Country is Analyzed
  • Investigation of the Number, Revenue, and Cost Structure of Fence Contractors
  • Profiles of Product Lines and Recent Development for the Major Fence Product Manufacturers

Companies/Sites Discussed:

  • Ameristar Fence Products
  • American Fence Corp
  • Associated Materials, Inc.
  • Certainteed Corp.
  • Keystone Consolidated Industries, Inc.
  • Kroy Building Products, Inc.
  • Master-Halco, Inc.
  • MMI Products, Inc.
  • The Outdoor Advantage, Inc.
  • Outdoor Technologies, Inc.
  • Royal Group Technologies, Ltd.
  • Universal Forrest Products, Inc.
  • Veka, Inc.

Categories Covered:

  • Fence Product Statistical Data
  • Fence Product Company Information
  • U.S. Shipment Data
  • Demographics of the U.S. Fence Product Industry
  • Fence Product Demand
  • Fence Product Consumer Data
  • Export Shipments by Product and Country

Tables and Graphs:

  • Value of U.S. Fence Product Shipments, 1997-2000 (dollars)
  • Value of U.S. Wood Fencing Product Imports For The Top Six Countries of Origin, 1995-2000 (dollars)
  • U.S. Farm Spending on Fencing, 1980-2001 (dollars): Total Fence Spending per Average Farm
  • Number, Revenues, and Cost Structure of The U.S. Fence Contractors, 1998-2001 (number, dollars, and percent)
  • Cost Structure of U.S. Plants that That Fabricate Steel Fencing Products From Purchased Wire, 1997-2001 (number, dollar, and percent)

Section 1 Executive Summary And U.S. Fence Product Industry Trends

  • Overall Market Trends And End-Use Markets
  • Material Sector Analysis
  • Competitive Environment
  • Contractor Business
  • Outlook

Scope And Methodology

  • Table 1-1 Value Of U.S. Fence Product Supply By Material, 1992-2006 (dollars): Steel Wire Fencing, Barbed Wire, Nonwire Ornamental Metal Fences, Wood Fences, And PVC Fences
  • Figure 1-1 Value Of U.S. Fence Product Supply, 1992, 1997, 2001, And 2006 (dollars)
  • Figure 1-2 Percent Of U.S. Fence Product Supply By Material, 2001 And 2006 (percent): Steel Wire Fencing, Barbed Wire, Nonwire Ornamental Metal Fences, Wood Fences, And PVC Fences
  • Table 1-2 U.S. Producer Price Trends For Fence Products By Material, 1992-2001 (index): Steel Wire Fencing, Architectural Metal Fences, And Assembled Wood Fences

Section 2 U.S. Fence Product Shipments

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Total Fence Product Shipments
  • Industry Product Mix
  • Chain Link, Woven, And Welded Wire Fence Shipments
  • PVC Fence Product Shipments
  • Ornamental Fence Products
  • Wood Fencing
  • Barbed And Twisted Steel Wire
  • Table 2-1 Value Of U.S. Fence Product Shipments, 1977-2006 (dollars)
  • Table 2-2 Value Of U.S. Fence Product Shipments By Material, 1977-2006 (dollars): Wire Fencing And Fence Gates; Barbed And Twisted Wire; Nonwire Ornamental Metal Fences And Gates; Wood Fences, Palings, And Rails; And PVC Fences
  • Table 2-3 Distribution Of U.S. Fence Product Dollar Shipments By Material, 1977-2006 (percent): Wire Fencing And Fence Gates; Barbed And Twisted Wire; Nonwire Ornamental Metal Fences And Gates; Wood Fences, Palings, And Rails; And PVC Fences
  • Table 2-4 Value Of U.S. Wire Fencing And Fence Gate Shipments By Product Line, 1977-2001 (dollars): Chain Link Fencing; Woven And Welded Wire Fence; Fencing Gates, Posts, And Fittings; And Ornamental Lawn Fence
  • Table 2-5 Distribution Of U.S. Wire Fencing And Fence Gate Shipments By Product Line, 1977-2001 (percent): Chain Link Fencing; Woven And Welded Wire Fence; Fence Gates, Posts, And Fittings; And Ornamental Lawn Fence
  • Table 2-6 U.S. Quantity Shipments And Average Value Per Ton Shipped For Chain Link Fencing And Woven And Welded Wire Fence, 1982-2001 (short tons and dollars)
  • Table 2-7 U.S. Net Shipments Of Carbon Steel Woven And Welded Wire Fence By Steel Mills And Wiredrawers, 1977-1999 (short tons)
  • Table 2-8 U.S. Shipments Of Barbed And Twisted Steel Wire, 1977-2001 (short tons and dollars)
  • Table 2-9 U.S. Shipments Of Nonwire Ornamental Metal Fences And Gates By Material And Type, 1987-2001 (dollars): Iron And Steel, Aluminum, And Total
  • Table 2-10 U.S. Shipments Of Wood Fences, Palings, And Rails By Type Of Producer, 1977-2001 (dollars): Total, Sawmills And Planing Mills, Wood Preserving Plants, And Wood Product Plants

Section 3 U.S. Fence Product Imports

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Steel Wire Fencing Imports
  • Wood Fencing Imports
  • Table 3-1 Value Of U.S. Steel Wire And Wood Fence Product Imports, 1989-2001 (dollars): Total Imports, Steel Wire Fencing, Barbed Wire, And Wood Fences
  • Table 3-2 Imports' Share Of U.S. Fence Product Supply By Material, 1992-2001 (percent): Steel Wire Fencing, Barbed Wire, And Wood Fences
  • Table 3-3 U.S. Imports Of Steel Wire Fencing By Product Type, 1992-2000 (pounds and dollars): Barbed Wire; And Other Wire Fencing Welded At The Intersection, Coated With Zinc, Coated With Plastic, Chain Link, Cut To Shape, And Not Cut To Shape
  • Table 3-4 U.S. Imports Of Steel Wire Fencing For the Top Ten Countries Of Origin, 1995-2000 (dollars and pounds)
  • Table 3-5 U.S. Imports Of Steel Wire Fencing By Product Type And By Major Country Of Origin, 1995-2000 (dollars and pounds): Barbed Wire; And Other Wire Fencing Welded At The Intersection, Coated With Zinc, Coated With Plastic, Chain Link, Cut To Shape, And Not Cut To Shape
  • Table 3-6 Value Of U.S. Wood Fencing Imports By Product Type, 1992-2000 (dollars): Coniferous And Nonconiferous Fence Pickets, Assembled Wood Fence Sections; And Sawn Pickets, Palings, Posts, And Rails
  • Table 3-7 Value Of U.S. Wood Fencing Product Imports For The Top Six Countries Of Origin, 1995-2000 (dollars)

Section 4 U.S. Fence Installation Spending And End-Use Markets

  • Fence Installation Spending
  • Residential Market
  • Nonresidential Market
  • Agricultural Market
  • Table 4-1 Value Of U.S. Installed Fence Spending By End-Use Market, 1993-2001 (dollars): Residential, Nonresidential, Agricultural, And Total
  • Table 4-2 Value Of U.S. Fence Installation Contractor Work, 1977-2001 (dollars and percent): Total Fence Installation Business Revenue, Work Done By Fence Contractors, And Fence Contractors Percent Total
  • Table 4-3 U.S. Residential Property Owner Spending For Fences, 1993-1999 (dollars): Total Spending, Owner Occupied Properties, And Rental Properties
  • Table 4-4 Fences' Share Of Total Property Owner Improvement Spending And Outside Improvement Spending, 1993-1999 (percent): Total Property Owners, Owner Occupied Properties, And Rental Properties
  • Table 4-5 U.S. Farm Spending On Fencing, 1980-2001 (dollars): Total Fence Spending And Average Per Farm

Section 5 Fence Contractor Business

  • U.S. Fence Contractor Trends
  • American Fence Association Contractor Profile
  • Contractor Profile By Sales Size And Region
  • Contractor Product Mix And Target Markets
  • Contractor Profitability And Other Financial Ratios
  • Table 5-1 Number, Revenues, And Cost Structure Of U.S. Fence Contractors, 1982-2001 (number, dollars and percent): Number Of Fencing Contractors; Value Of Fence Installations, Payroll And Material Costs Percent Revenues, And Number Of Employees
  • Table 5-2 Distribution Of U.S. Fence Contractor Revenues By Type Of Work And Region, 1987-1997 (percent): New Construction, Maintenance And Repair, And Additions And Alterations
  • Table 5-3 American Fence Association Contractor Profile, 1997-1999 (number, dollars, and percent): Number Of Respondents, Total And Average Sales, Jobs Completed And Average Linear Feet Per Job, Median Revenue Per Job, High Season Employees, Revenues Per Employee, And Average Hourly Wages
  • Table 5-4 American Fence Association Contractor Profile By Sales Size, 1998 And 1999 (number, dollars, and percent): Number Of Respondents, Average Sales, Average Linear Feet Per Job, Median Revenue Per Job, And Revenues Per Employee; $0 To Under $850,000, $850,000 To $2.45 Million, And Over $2.45 Million
  • Table 5-5 American Fence Association Contractor Profile By Region, 1999 (number, dollars, and percent): Number Of Respondents, Average Sales, Average Linear Feet Per Job, Median Revenue Per Job, And Revenues Per Employee
  • Table 5-6 American Fence Association Contractor Product Mix And Target Market, 1997-1999 (percent): Source Of Revenues, Type Of Customer, End-Use Market, Product Sold, Scope Of Business, And Business Market
  • Table 5-7 American Fence Association Contractor Product Mix And Target Market By End-Use Market Specialization, 1997-1999 (percent): Source Of Revenues, Type Of Customer, End-Use Market, Product Sold, Scope Of Business, And Business Market; Residential And Commercial Contractors
  • Table 5-8 American Fence Association Contractor Income Statement And Balance Sheet Items, 1996-1999 (percent): Fence Installation And Materials Revenues, Cost Of Sales, Operating Expenses And Profit, Assets, Liabilities, Owner's Equity
  • Table 5-9 American Fence Association Contractor Operating Profit Margin By Sales Size And Region, 1997-1999 (percent)
  • Table 5-10 American Fence Contractor Operating Ratios By End-Use Market Specialization, 1997-1999 (number, dollars, and percent): Source Of Receipts, Cost Of Sales, Operating Expenses And Profit, And Other Ratios; Residential And Commercial Contractors

Section 6 Factors Affecting U.S. Fence Product Demand

  • Summary of Major Findings
  • Residential Markets
  • Nonresidential Markets
  • Crime Trends And Prison Construction
  • Table 6-1 U.S. Spending On Construction Put In Place, 1977-2001 (dollars): Current And Real 1996 Dollars
  • Table 6-2 Real U.S. Spending On Construction Put In Place By Market And Building Type, 1997-2001 (dollars): Residential Buildings, Nonresidential Buildings, Public Buildings, Public Utilities, And Public Facilities
  • Table 6-3 Total U.S. Housing Demand By Sector By Region, 1996-2001 (number): Northeast, Midwest, South, West, And Total
  • Table 6-4 New U.S. Privately Owned Housing Units Started And By Type Of Structure, 1980-2001 (number): Total Starts, And In Structures With 1 Unit, 2 Units, 3 And 4 Units, And 5 Units Or More
  • Table 6-5 Monthly Private U.S. Housing Units Authorized By 19,000 Building Permit Places By Region, 2000 And 2001 (number): Total, Northeast, Midwest, South, And West
  • Table 6-6 U.S. Residential Property Owner Expenditures For Improvements, Additions, Alterations, And Repairs, 1982-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 6-7 U.S. Home Mortgage Interest Rates And Personal Income, 1980-2001 (percent and dollars)
  • Table 6-8 U.S. Farm Income Trends, 1985-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 6-9 U.S. Crime Rates, 1977-2000 (rate): Total, Violent Crime, And Property Crime
  • Table 6-10 U.S. Property Crime Rates By Type, 1977-2000 (rate): Total Property, Burglary, Larceny Theft, And Motor Vehicle Theft
  • Table 6-11 U.S. Household Burglary Rates By Demographic Characteristic, 1994-1999 (rate): Total, Income Class, Race, And Residence
  • Table 6-12 U.S. Burglary Rates By Region And State, 1985-1999 (rate)
  • Table 6-13 Distribution Of U.S. Population By Age Group, 1970-2005 (percent)
  • Table 6-14 State And Local Government Spending On Correctional Facility Construction, 1993-2001 (dollars)

Section 7 U.S. Fence Product Exports And The Canadian Trade Situation

  • Fence Product Export Trends
  • Canadian Wire Fencing Imports And Exports
  • Table 7-1 U.S. Steel Wire And Wood Fence Product Exports, 1989-2001 (dollars)
  • Table 7-2 Exports' Share Of U.S. Factory Fence Product Shipments By Material, 1992-2001 (percent): Steel Wire Fencing, Barbed Wire, And Wood Fences
  • Table 7-3 U.S. Exports Of Steel Wire Fencing By Product Type, 1992-2000 (pounds and dollars): Barbed Wire; And Other Wire Fencing Welded At The Intersection, Coated With Zinc, Coated With Plastic, Other, And Total Steel Wire Fencing
  • Table 7-4 U.S. Exports Of Steel Wire Fencing For the Top Twelve Countries Of Destination, 1995-2000 (dollars and pounds)
  • Table 7-5 U.S. Exports Of Steel Wire Fencing By Product Type And By Major Country Of Destination, 1995-2000 (pounds and dollars)
  • Table 7-6 U.S. Exports Of Wood Fencing By Product Type, 1992-2000 (dollars): Coniferous And Nonconiferous Fence Pickets, Palings, And Rails And Assembled Wood Fence Sections
  • Table 7-7 Canadian Exports Of Steel Wire Fencing Products And By Major Country Of Destination, 1996-2000 (metric tons and Canadian dollars): Barbed Wire, Other Wire Fencing Welded At the Intersection, Coated With Zinc And Plastics, And Other Wire Fencing
  • Table 7-8 Canadian Imports Of Steel Wire Fencing Products And By Major Country Of Origin, 1996-2000 (metric tons and Canadian dollars): Barbed Wire, Other Wire Fencing Welded At the Intersection, Coated With Zinc And Plastics, And Other Wire Fencing

Section 8 Cost Structure Of U.S. Wire Fencing Product Manufacturers And The Competitive Environment

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Cost Structure And Profitability Of Wire Fencing Plants
  • Competitive Environment
  • Leading Wire Fence Manufacturers
  • Leading PVC Fence Manufacturers
  • Table 8-1 Number Of U.S. Steel Wire Fencing And Fence Gate Plants And Facility Revenues, 1997-2001 (number and revenues): Number Of Plants, Total Plant Revenues, And Average Revenues Per Plant
  • Table 8-2 Operating Ratios Of U.S. Steel Wire Fencing And Fence Gate Plants, 1977-2001 (percent): Payroll, Material Costs, And Gross Profit Margin
  • Table 8-3 Labor Situation For U.S. Steel Wire Fencing Plants, 1977-2001 (number, percent, and dollars): Total Employees, Shipments Per Employee, Production Workers: Percent Total Employees, Average Hourly Wages, Average Weekly Hours
  • Table 8-4 Capital Expenditure Trends For U.S. Steel Wire Fencing Plants, 1977-2001
  • Table 8-5 Distribution Of U.S. Steel Wire Fencing And Fence Gate Shipments By Type Of Producing Plant, 1977-1998 (percent): Steel Mills And Wire Drawing Plants, And Fabricators From Purchased Wire
  • Table 8-6 Cost Structure Of U.S. Plants That Fabricate Steel Fencing Products From Purchased Wire, 1977-2001 (number, dollar, and percent): Number Of Plants, Plant Shipments, Payroll And Material Costs Percent Shipments, Employees, Wages, Hours, Capital Expenditures
  • Table 8-7 Cost Structure Of U.S. Plants That Fabricate Steel Fencing Products From Wire Drawn In Own Plant, 1977-2001 (number, dollar, and percent): Number Of Plants, Plant Shipments, Payroll And Material Costs Percent Shipments, Employees, Wages, Hours, Capital Expenditures
  • Table 8-8 U.S. Barbed And Twisted Steel Wire Shipments By Type Of Producing Plant, 1982-1997 (dollars, tons, and number): Made In Wiredrawing Plants Vs. Made From Purchased Wire; Quantity Shipments, Value Of Shipments, Average Value Per Ton Shipped, And Number Of Plants
  • Table 8-9 U.S. Producer Price Trends For Competing Fence Product Materials, 1987-2001 (index): Steel Wire, Lumber, And Vinyl Chloride And Vinylidene
  • Table 8-10 U.S. Producer Price Trends For Steel Wire Fencing From Wiredrawers And Wire Fabricators, 1990-2001 (index)
  • Table 8-11 Number Of U.S. Fence Product Manufacturers And Shipments Per Company By Material And Product Line, 1987-1997 (number and dollars): Wire Fencing And Fence Gates; Nonwire Ornamental Metal Fences And Gates; Barbed Wire; And Wood Fences, Palings And Rails
  • Table 8-12 Share Of U.S. Fence Product Supply For The Top Five Manufacturers, 2000 (percent)
  • Table 8-13 MMI Products Fence Operation Sales, Profit Trends, And Capital Expenditures, 1996-2000 (dollars and percent)
  • Table 8-14 Sales Estimates For Twenty-Three U.S. Fence Product Manufacturers And Contractors, 2000 (dollars)

Section 9 Profiles Of Leading U.S. Fence Product Manufacturers
American Fence Corp.
Fence Products
Sales And Market Share
Ameristar Fence Products
Fence Products And Sales
Expansion Plans
Associated Materials, Inc.
Fence Products And Sales
Certainteed Corp.
Fence Products
Facility Expansion
Keystone Consolidated Industries, Inc.
Fence Products
Sales And Market Share
Kroy Building Products, Inc.
Fence Products And Sales
New Product And Plant Purchase
Master-Halco, Inc.
Fence Products And Sales
Reeves Southeastern Acquisition
MMI Products, Inc.
Fence Products
Fence Sales And Profit Trends
The Outdoor Advantage, Inc.
Fence Products
Joint Venture With Universal Forest Products
Outdoor Technologies, Inc.
Fence Products
Royal Group Technologies, Ltd.
Fence Products And Markets
Universal Forest Products, Inc.
Fence Products
Joint Venture With The Outdoor Advantage
Veka, Inc.
Fence Products
Partnership With VinylSource, Inc.

Appendix A
Names And Addresses Of Major U.S. Fence Product Manufacturers And Contractors

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