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SiteOne Landscape Notches Third Acquisition of May

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SiteOne Landscape Supply Inc. (NYSE: SITE), Roswell, Georgia, this week announced it has acquired Rock & Block Hardscape Supply, which serves the San Diego, Southern Orange County and Inland Empire markets in California through two locations. Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

“Rock & Block is a true market leader and a great fit with SiteOne as we expand and extend our existing hardscapes presence in Southern California,” said Doug Black, chairman and CEO of SiteOne Landscape Supply. “This addition moves us strongly forward on our mission to be the best full-line distributor to landscape professionals in all major U.S. and Canadian markets.”

Added Russ and Debbie Rodvold, the founders of Rock & Block: “We are honored to join the SiteOne family and continue our ongoing commitment to provide the highest level of service, value, and products to our loyal customers and community. Our employees are like family and we look forward to the opportunities they will now have as part of a forward-moving national organization.”

This was SiteOne’s third acquisition of the month and fifth of 2021.

The post SiteOne Landscape Notches Third Acquisition of May appeared first on Modern Distribution Management.

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