Timeline

Our history within the Manufactured Housing and Recreational Vehicle industries

Patrick Industries has a long standing of good business with in the Manufactured Housing, Recreational Vehicle and Marine industries.

  • 1959

    Founded in Elkhart, Indiana

  • 1961

    Company Incorporates

  • 1963

    First expansion into a new distribution warehouse in Georgia

  • 1968

    Company renamed Patrick Industries, Inc. and goes public.


    Opens facilities in Kansas, Pennsylvania, Texas, North Carolina, and Florida.
    Acquires Midwest Laminated Products and Mobilcraft

  • 1971

    Listed on NASDAQ stock exchange under the trading symbol PATK

  • 1972

    Starts Custom Vinyls laminating division

  • 1973

    Acquires Nickell Enterprises

  • 1980

    Acquires ILC Products Company, Inc. and its Conroth distribution division

  • 1995

    Purchases US Door in Phoenix, Arizona

  • 1996

    Opens Woodburn, Oregon facility, a custom vinyls and distribution center

  • 1998

    Acquires WoodTek Industries, a supplier of doors to the RV and Manufactured Housing industry

  • 1999

    Acquires Lanmark Distribution, a northern California warehouse distribution center

  • 2004

    Paul Hassler elected as President and CEO

  • 2007

    Acquires Phoenix, AZ based American Hardwoods


    Acquires Elkhart, IN based Adorn Holdings, Inc., largest acquisition to date

  • 2008

    Paul Hassler appointed as Chairman of the Board


    Todd Cleveland appointed as President and COO

  • 2009

    Paul Hassler retires as CEO, Todd Cleveland appointed as CEO


    Adds electronics to its product mix
    Completes the sales of American Hardwoods and the aluminum extrusion operation (Patrick Metals)

  • 2010

    Acquires Quality Hardwoods Sales and Blazon International Group


    Employee base grows to approximately 700 team members

  • 2011

    Acquires The Praxis Group, A.I.A. Countertops, and Infinity Graphics

  • 2012

    Launches Decorative Dynamics


    Acquires Décor Mfg., Gustafson Lighting, Creative Wood Designs, and Middlebury Hardwood Products
    Added to the U.S. Broad Market Russell 3000 and Russell 2000 Indexes

  • 2013

    Acquires Frontline Mfg., Premier Concepts, and West Side Furniture


    Employee base grows to over 2,300 team members
    Reaches net sales of over $500 million

  • 2014

    Acquires Precision Painting Group, Foremost Fabricators, PolyDyn3, and Charleston Corporation

  • 2015

    Acquires Better Way Products, Structural Composites of Indiana, North American Forest Products, and North American Moulding


    Completes three-for two stock split

  • 2016

    Opens The Studio, a 45,000 sq. ft. Design/Innovation Center and Showroom in Elkhart, Indiana


    Acquires Parkland Plastics, The Progressive Group, Cana Cabinetry, Mishawaka Sheet Metal, L.S. Manufacturing, BH Electronics, Sigma Wire International, and KRA International
    Added to the S&P Small Cap 600 Index
    Celebrates 45th anniversary of NASDAQ stock exchange listing
    Recipient of Indiana Public Company of the Year Award (INVEST Indiana)
    Ranks #41 on Fortune Magazine’s top 100 fastest growing companies
    Expands geographic profile into 16 states with over 60 manufacturing and distribution facilities
    Employee base approaches 5,000 team members

  • 2017

    Completes public stock offering in March and 3-for-2 stock split in December


    Acquires Medallion Plastics, Leisure Product Enterprises consisting of Marine Concepts/Design Concepts, Florida Marine Tanks, and Marine Electrical Products, Wire Design, Baymont Bathware, Indiana Transport, LMI, Inc. and related companies, and Nickell Moulding.
    Further expands geographic profile into 20 states and China with over 90 manufacturing and distribution facilities
    Employee base of over 6,800 team members

  • 2018

    Acquires Metal Moulding Corp., Aluminum Metals Co., Indiana Marine Products, Collins & Co., Dehco Inc., Dowco Inc., Marine Accessories Corp., Engineered Metals and Composites, Inc., and LaSalle Bristol.


    Employee base of over 8,100 team members
    Manufacturing and distribution facilities total over 140 in geographic profile

  • 2019

    Acquires G.G. Schmitt & Sons, Inc. and Topline Counters, LLC


    Employee base of over 7,500 team members

  • 2020

    Acquires Maple City Woodworking Corp, SEI Manufacturing, Inc., Inland Plywood Company, Synergy RV Transport, and Front Range Stone


    Manufacturing and distribution facilities total over 170 in geographic profile
    Employee base of over 7,700 team members
    Opens Marine Design & Engineering Center, a 14,000 sq/ft showroom in Sarasota, Florida