North American takeover: Garrett Leather acquires CTL Leather

North American takeover: Garrett Leather acquires CTL Leather

US-based Garrett Leather acquired Canadian company CTL Leather. Garrett Leather (Buffalo, USA) founded in 1988 by Cameron Brown, sells fine leathers to furnish private jets, automobiles, hotels. Among its customers is even the White House. On the other hand CTL Leather was founded in 1993 in Toronto, Canada. The latter designs and develops special projects in partnership with some top-tier tanneries, including Italian ones. It is active in the hospitality, residential furniture and design segments, as well as automotive, aviation and marine.

Garrett Leather acquires CTL Leather

“We are thrilled to welcome CTL Leather into our family”, said Max Brown, the founder’s son and now at the head of Garrett. “This alliance”, Brown continued, “represents a significant milestone in our journey to become the premier reference for upholstery leather solutions. CTL now offers more than 35 leather lines in stock, with options for 1,000 colors. The entire CTL Leather product range will be merged with Garrett Leather’s offerings starting mid-September.

A natural union

“Our shared commitment to craftsmanship and customer satisfaction makes this a natural union“, said Cristina Gabbrielli, president of CTL Leather. “Joining forces with Garrett Leather”, Gabbrielli continued, “allows us to leverage synergies and further elevate the level of service and support we provide to our customers”. CTL states on its website that it stocks (pictured from an average of 460,000 square feet of leather.

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