Loxcreen has manufacturing plants in South Carolina, Missouri, Ontario, Georgia and Oregon and distribution facilities in Texas, Ohio, Missouri and South Carolina.
The Loxcreen acquisition will compliment M-D's existing manufacturing and distribution centers in Oklahoma City and Georgia.
The sale to M-D made sense to Loxcreen, because of the two companies' similar histories and goals, Loxcreen CEO Wayne Parrish said in a statement.
“M-D Building Products has a rich history of engineering and manufacturing expertise and producing market-leading products, particularly in the weatherization category,” Parrish said. “The company is a superbly run operation, and they always have been a tough, but fair, competitor.”
M-D building products began in Oklahoma City in 1920 as the Macklanburg-Duncan Co.
Plotkin is the majority shareholder in the company and led a 2007 buyout of the founding Macklanburg family that had run the company for three generations.