Performance Films Distributing Moves Forward with Distributorship Agreement

January 5th, 2012 | Category: Featured Content

Performance Films Distributing headquarters

There is much in store for 2012 at Performance Films Distributing. With the late 2011 announcement of the renewal of the company’s distributorship agreement with Solutia, 2012 is off to a strong start for the company.

“We are extremely happy that Solutia has renewed the agreement,” says Bo Ryan, vice president of Performance Films Distributing. “We are looking forward to progressing with Solutia and it puts our customers at ease to know there will be stability with the Solutia brand and with us as their distributor.”

Performance Films Distributing will continue to serve as the exclusive supplier of LLumar, Vista and Formula One window films in the Midwest through 2015.

“As the last independent distributor left, I believe Solutia is confident that we have and will continue to deliver value to our customers,” says Ryan.

Hinting at some possible surprises in 2012, Ryan adds that what they have in store for the new year includes a new approach to the window film market.

“Our focus is to provide our market with a new and fresh approach adding value to our customers and continue to serve our customers the best way possible. Our growth strategies for 2012 are all focused on understanding our customers’ needs and developing solutions to meet those needs,” says Ryan.

Tags: ,

One comment
Leave a comment »

  1. Why would a distributor of window film want to deal sole and exclusive with one manufacturer ,and put all their eggs in one basket ?
    From my forty years of experience in this industry, it make more sence to me, to always have alternative suppiers as cicumstances change overnight . Why not sail your own ship and call the shots to suit your game plan and build your own brand.
    Any how Llumar products are very expensive, and in todays world we are dealing in a very price sensitive market.
    I personally think it is a much safer and wiser to deal on the open market and brand under one’s own name, if one is in a position to do so. If you play the game this way you are always in control, and cannot be pushed around and given price increases whenever the manufactures require more profits for their shareholders.
    It also gives you lots of flexability with your purchases or if you want to sell one day .Each manufacture has a few winner lines, styles and shades and if one is smart one can pick the cherries from the top.
    Food for thought . Leon Levy
    Klingshield

Leave Comment