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Rock-Tred Corporation in Waukegan, Illinois, Joins Innovative Chemical Products

Innovative Chemical Products (the ICP Group) joined Rock-Tred Corporation, a leading manufacturer of polymer floor coating solutions that repair, maintain, protect and beautify floors, in Waukegan, Illinois. Rock-Tred will be integrated into ICP Construction, Inc., one of the three divisions of the ICP Group.

Headquartered in Waukegan, Illinois, Rock-Tred was founded in 1939 and is a manufacturer of innovative polymer floor coatings. They are leaders in the industrial floor coating industry offering high quality, dependable and affordable flooring solutions. Additional products include wall coatings, flexible membranes, joint sealants and patching compounds.

"We are excited to welcome Rock-Tred to the ICP Construction family," said Doug Mattscheck, CEO of ICP Group. "By expanding our product solutions in the building coatings market, we continue to extend our leadership and provide best-in-class solutions to contractors throughout North America.”

ICP Construction has two primary product groups: architectural paint and coatings, and performance coatings. According to company officials, Rock-Tred will be positioned into the performance coatings group, joining established brands such as Fiberlock, Dry-Treat, and California Sports Surfaces.

As part of the larger platform company, ICP Group, the ICP Construction division provides opportunity for continued growth, and added strength through raw material purchasing synergies, technological collaboration, and shared service. With the addition of Rock-Tred’s extensive product offerings and patented technologies, ICP Construction further expands its leadership position in the specialty coatings market.

Innovative Chemical Products is headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, with additional manufacturing and warehousing in Itasca, Illinois, Norton, Ohio, Tomball, Texas and Coral Springs, Florida.

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