Woodgrain to acquire Trimco Millwork
November 16, 2023 | 10:02 am CST

With the acquisition, Woodgrain increases its distribution center network to 35 locations and expands Woodgrain’s national footprint into the Rocky Mountain West.

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FRUITLAND, Idaho — Woodgrain, a leading millwork and building products company, plans to acquire Boise-based Trimco Millwork. The transaction is expected to close in December.

With the acquisition of Trimco Millwork, Woodgrain will increase its distribution center network to 35 locations expanding Woodgrain’s national footprint into the Rocky Mountain West. Trimco is a wholesale distributor of moulding, exterior doors, interior doors and other specialty building products with three locations in Boise, Idaho; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Denver, Colorado.  

Kelly Dame, president and CEO of Woodgrain stated, “We at Woodgrain have admired Trimco for many years and acknowledge the Hoff family legacy, and are proud to continue that legacy as a family-owned company. We believe that we will be better together.” 

“Our aligned values and Woodgrain’s respected reputation played a pivotal role in this decision, but another paramount consideration was ensuring that this would be a good fit for all the Trimco associates,” stated Brian Hoff, CEO of Hoff Companies.

“Trimco’s products align perfectly with our distribution strategy and we look forward to a seamless integration,” said Todd Dame, president of Woodgrain’s Distribution division.

Woodgrain is an FDMC300 listed company, ranking #7 on the list with $2.5 billion in 2022 sales.

Woodgrain is family-owned and one of the leading millwork and building products operations in the world with locations throughout the United States and Chile. With 69 years of quality craftsmanship and service, Woodgrain is a leading producer of moulding, doors, and windows, as well as a premier distributor of specialty building products. Woodgrain, Inc. is headquartered in Fruitland, Idaho with six divisions and over 45 manufacturing and warehouse facilities in the United States and South America.

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