HOUSTON – An Ohio warehousing, transportation and inventory management company has filed a suit against a Chicago paint company doing business in Texas over allegations of unpaid invoices.
Exel Inc. filed a complaint on Feb. 23 in the Houston Division for the Southern District of Texas against International Paint LLC, doing business as AkzoNobel, citing breach of contract.
According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that the two parties entered into a contract in December 2014 in which the plaintiff would provide transportation services for the defendant at the Deer Park, Texas and High Point, North Carolina locations. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant failed to timely and properly pay invoices for the rendered services, dispute invoices in a timely manner, have a fully-functional warehouse management system, provide standards of operation, and properly terminate the agreement without providing the plaintiff adequate written notice and allowance to resolve any alleged breaches.
The plaintiff seeks the following: compensation for all damages suffered and all legal fees. It is represented by Paul F. Schuster and Christopher M. Boeck of Locke Lord LLP in Dallas in Texas.
Houston Division for the Southern District of Texas Case number 4:16-cv-00481