Moulding Distributor JW Millwork Bought by Cedar Creek
December 17, 2015 | 8:59 am CST
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK -- Cedar Creek, a wholesale building materials distribution company, closed the deal on its acquisition of Wyoming, MI-based JW Millwork, which sells domestic and imported moulding products including TruChoice Arauco mouldings and a wide variety of pine millwork in solid, fingerjoint bare, fingerjoint primed, fingerjoint Ivory, and MDF.

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“We view this as a great opportunity to strengthen our position in the millwork category and immediately establish stronger supply chain relationships," said D. Wayne Trousdale, Cedar Creek CEO.

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JW Millwork has locations in Grand Rapids, Kansas City, Houston, Connecticut (Windsor Locks) and South Carolina (Greenville and Manning). Its millwork division will continue to serve those locations while expanding its product offerings into new markets.

Cedar Creek has 24 locations that cover approximately 32 states across the U.S. In May of 2010 it was recapitalized by Boston-based Charlesbank Capital Partners to provide flexible captial to help the company grow beyond its current markets.

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