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Current CEO: Christopher M. Connor

Status: Active

The Sherwin-Williams Company is the largest architectural paint manufacturer and retailer in the United States. Formed in 1866 and headquartered in Cleveland, OH, the Sherwin-Williams brand of coatings remains popular among professional painters and contractors due to the superior quality of its formulations and pigmentations. The company develops, produces, and distributes its premium products throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. It utilizes a number of distribution channels including company-owned retail stores, dealers, direct salespeople, third-party distributors, home centers, independent paint dealers and hardware stores. In addition to architectural house paints, Sherwin-Williams also manufactures commercial coatings for automotive, aeronautical, aerospace and marine applications.

In support of the company''s extensive product lines, services such as color sampling, wood finishing, inventory management and equipment repairs are offered to its customers. The company maintains a positive financial outlook with an annual growth rate of approximately 10 percent. Along with the recent addition of 30 international branches, the reported first quarter revenue was in excess of $1.8 billion. Sherwin-Williams operates 564 branches, 3390 specialty paint stores and employs more than 32,000 people. A current focus of the company is its expansion into China with plans to become the largest coating manufacturer world-wide. Its primary competitors are Akzo Nobel, Benjamin Moore and Masco. Sherwin-Williams also produces other popular brands:

- Thompson’s Water Seal
- Minwax
- Dutch Boy
- Pratt & Lambert
- Martin Seynour
- Red Devil
- Krylon

Working at Sherwin-Williams opens a variety of career paths within the company. Given the motivation and a drive to learn and succeed, employees can expect a long-term future of advancement. Close to 90 percent of positions are filled through internal promotions, which reflect the company''s continued emphasis to train its employees and provide long-term incentives with Sherwin-Williams careers.

The Sherwin Williams culture is one of teamwork, strong work ethic, and continuous training. Programs, such as the Store Management/Sales Training Program, are designed to ensure success for employees entering a management or sales field. The company prides itself on building and maintaining a professional and productive atmosphere for customers and employees. Sherwin Williams benefits its employees by providing a 33 percent benefit value for its workforce; this makes it among the best in the industry. With every dollar spent on employees'' salaries, the company invests another $0.33 to provide employees with a valuable, comprehensive benefits package.

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