Founded in 1946 and headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, Louisville Ladder is owned by Mexican corporation Grupo Cuprum and is the result of the gradual merger of several ladder manufacturers — Louisville, Davidson and Cuprum.
Louisville Ladder is one of the largest manufacturers of ladders in North America. The company's headquarters are located in Louisville, KY, and it has a network of warehouses in various cities throughout the United States and Canada. Over 1,000 employees.
The company manufactures aluminum and fiberglass ladders (including extension ladders, articulated ladders, and other variations) and stepladders, aluminum and wood scaffolds, attic ladders, and accessories.
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