L&W Supply Corporation, one of the foremost U.S. based specialty distributor of steel framing, ceiling systems, drywall and other building materials, has apparently acquired Rose & Walker Supply. The company revealed the buyout of the five-branch distribution firm based out of Columbus, Indiana, in a recent public announcement.
Speaking on the significance of the latest take over, Dan Piché, President of L&W Supply, was reportedly quoted stating that the firm is delighted to welcome suppliers, customers, and associates of Rose & Walker Supply in the family of L&W Supply. He further stated that the addition of Rose & Walker Supply is likely to reinforce the strategy of the firm in expanding operations across various states of the nation to better serve the needs of professional builders and contractors.
According to a press release issued by L&W Supply, the acquisition of Rose & Walker Supply is the fifth buyout for the firm since mid-March of this year.
As per trusted sources, Rose & Walker Supply commenced its operations in the year 1986 and the family owned business now has branches at Indianapolis, Lafayette, Columbus, Bloomington, and Terre Haute, Indiana. For the record, the firm is regarded as a major supplier of building materials such as ceiling systems, metal studs, drywall products, and insulation for the remodeling and construction industries.
For the uninitiated, L&W Supply was established in 1971 and has now emerged as one of the largest distributors of steel studs, fasteners, EIFS, insulation, join treatment, suspended ceiling tiles, wallboard, and related building products in the U.S. Recognized as a world-class interior products manufacturer, L&W Supply was purchased by ABC Supply in November 2016.
With this acquisition, the Chicago headquartered L&W Supply is now slated to operate across 163 locations in 35 states of the nation, cite authentic sources.