Corsi Group cabinetry announces ownership change
September 2, 2021 | 12:32 pm CDT
The Corsi Group

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Ownership of The Corsi Group, one of the largest cabinetry manufacturers in North America, has been transferred from founder Pat Corsi to Mark Earl. Terms of the sale, effective Aug. 31, were not disclosed.

Founded in 1973, the Indiana-based company is among the largest wood products manufacturers in North America, ranking 190 on the list of FDMC 300.

Pat Corsi
Pat Corsi

Corsi will serve as an advisor to The Corsi Group during the transition. “It has been my great pleasure and an honor to work with some of the finest employees, suppliers, reps, dealers and designers in the cabinet industry for the past 48 years. I know Mark will take the company to new heights, and I have every confidence that the management team will work well with his process-oriented approach,” he said.

Incoming CEO Earl added, “I look forward to working with the Corsi management team, and helping grow this terrific group of premium brands. Pat has built a strong company, and I want to continue to build on his legacy.”

Mark Earl, Corsi Group
Mark Earl

Earl is a strategic leader with experience in product development, strategic marketing, finance, sales and marketing, and operations. He has led companies from $20 million to $150 million in annual revenue. Most recently, Earl served as senior vice president, Americas for Nokian Tyres, a global tire manufacturer.

The Corsi Group has been building custom cabinetry for 48 years. The company’s two brands, Greenfield Cabinetry and Siteline Cabinetry are distributed nationally to about 500 dealers/designers. All cabinets are built in the company’s two plants, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, and Elkins, West Virginia.

The Corsi Group is an active member of the KCMA (Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers’ Association) and the NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association), and is an education partner of the Living in Place Institute. The company notes all Corsi Group products are CARB-compliant and meet or exceed national standards for safety and durability.

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