Highline-Warren Acquires Bluedevil Products

Highline-Warren Acquires Bluedevil Products

The BlueDevil, Red Angel and PJ1 brands will join Highline-Warren’s extensive portfolio of owned and licensed brands.

Highline-Warren, a manufacturer and distributor of automotive aftermarket consumable products, has acquired BlueDevil Products, a portfolio company of The Starco Group. BlueDevil Products is a leading provider of premium performance automotive and motorsport consumable products, including stop leak solutions, fluid additives, and repair and maintenance products. The BlueDevil, Red Angel, and PJ1 brands will join Highline-Warren’s extensive portfolio of owned and licensed brands.

“We are excited to add BlueDevil Products’ premium brands to Highline-Warren’s portfolio as we continue to advance our mission to provide our customers with the very best brands, products and customer service,” said Darcy Curran, CEO of Highline-Warren. “We look forward to making these products available more widely to new and existing customers as we leverage our unique liquids manufacturing and distribution capabilities to grow our national platform. I welcome BlueDevil Products’ employees and customers to the Highline-Warren family.”

Memphis-based Highline-Warren joined Pritzker Private Capital’s family of companies in November 2020.

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