Westlake (WLK) and Nexii Partner for the construction of green buildings



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Westlake Chemical Corporation‘s WLK subsidiary, Westlake Innovations, Inc., recently partnered with Nexii Building Solutions Inc. to support the construction of sustainable buildings with a minimum environmental footprint. Westlake will be the preferred supplier of certain building materials it manufactures for residential construction to Nexii, such as siding, stone, tiles, moldings and moldings, pipes and fittings.
Nexii is a green construction technology company headquartered in Vancouver. It designs and manufactures high performance buildings and related products that promote sustainability, profitability and resilience to climate change. Its remarkable proprietary material is Nexiite, which is effective in reducing carbon emissions. It creates the development of disaster resilient buildings with up to 75% faster construction time compared to traditional building methods and materials.
The alliance with Nexii is harmonious with Westlake’s dedicated efforts towards sustainability and environmental stewardship. Recently, Westlake completed the acquisitions of Dimex, the manufacturer of consumer and construction products made from post-industrial recycled polymers, and Boral’s North American construction products companies in roofing, siding, moldings and shutters, stone. decorative and windows.
Westlake shares have risen 43.1% in the past year compared to industry50.2% growth.

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During the second quarter earnings call, the company said it wanted to continue its business investments in the future. He expects the acquisitions of Boral North America and LASCO Fittings, totaling approximately $ 2.4 billion, to begin a phase of development and growth for the company. The acquisition of LASCO is also expected to enrich the product portfolio of Westlake’s subsidiary, NAPCO, with a focus on new markets and products. Westlake is optimistic about strengthening the housing, repair and renovation markets by taking advantage of growth opportunities arising from acquisitions.

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Currently, Westlake wears a Zacks Rank # 3 (Hold).
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