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Rank – Company – 2006 Two-Step Wholesale Sales

BY HBSDEALER Staff

1) BlueLinx Holdings – $4,899.4 million 2) iLevel by Weyerhaeuser – $4,110.0 million 3) Forest City Trading Group – $4,000.0 million 4) Ace Hardware – $3,770.0 million 5) Lumbermen’s Merchandising Corp. – $3,400.0 million 6) Do it Best – $3,052.9 million 7) Boise Cascade – $2,950.0 million 8) Guardian Building Products Distribution – $2,612.5 million 9) Universal Forest Products – $2,131.7 million 10) True Value – $2,050.0 million 11) PrimeSource Building Products – $1,400.0 million 12) North Pacific Group – $1,200.0 million 13) Huttig Building Products – $1,102.7 million 14) Orgill – $1,036.0 million 15) ENAP – $980.0 million 16) Hampton Lumber Sales – $900.5 million 17) Allied Building Stores – $600.1 million 18) Cedar Creek – $534.0 million 19) Mid-States Distributing – $500.0 million 20) Progressive Affiliated Lumbermen Co-op – $457.0 million 21) Independent Builders Supply Association – $437.0 million 22) Dixie Plywood & Lumber – $420.0 million 23) Seven D Wholesale – $415.0 million 24) Hillman Group – $400.3 million 25) Capital Lumber – $400.0 million 26) OrePac Building Products – $400.0 million 27) Empire Wholesale Lumber – $397.0 million 28) Parksite Plunkett-Webster – $384.0 million 29) Lumber Products – $345.8 million 30) Idaho Timber – $345.7 million 31) Hoboken Floors – $330.4 million 32) U.S. Lumber Group – $322.0 million 33) Tumac Lumber – $312.3 million 34) Roberts & Dybdahl – $303.0 million 35) Building Material Distributors – $300.0 million 36) Black Millwork – $300.0 million 37) Snavely Forest Products – $282.0 million 38) New South – $251.0 million 39) Robbins Manufacturing – $248.0 million 40) Wausau Supply – $241.3 million 41) Weekes Forest Products – $240.0 million 42) Futter Lumber – $239.0 million 43) Handy Hardware Wholesale – $233.6 million 44) DW Distribution – $222.8 million 45) Diamond Hill Plywood – $222.0 million 46) Hager Group – $220.8 million 47) Wolf Distributing – $213.0 million 48) Empire Company – $210.0 million 49) Jim White Lumber Sales – $208.0 million 50) Ivy Hill Supplies – $206.0 million 51) Spartanburg Forest Products – $203.0 million 52) Klumb Lumber – $195.0 million 53) Sherwood Lumber – $195.0 million 54) Redwood Empire – $195.0 million 55) Robert Weed Plywood – $187.0 million 56) Moore-Handley – $186.0 million 57) United Hardware Distributing – $183.0 million 58) Babcock Lumber – $183.0 million 59) Louisiana-Pacific – $179.0 million 60) Ohio Valley Flooring – $176.0 million 61) North Pacific Group – $164.0 million 62) McEwen Lumber – $164.0 million 63) Dairyman’s Supply – $161.5 million 64) Interline Brands – $160.1 million 65) Mid-State Lumber – $158.4 million 66) All-Coast Forest Products – $152.0 million 67) ABC Supply – $150.0 million 68) Norandex/Reynolds Distribution – $150.0 million 69) Milliken Millwork – $150.0 million 70) East Coast Millwork Distributors – $146.0 million 71) Palmer-Donavin Manufacturing – $145.8 million 72) Amerhart – $144.0 million 73) Howard Berger – $143.5 million 74) Mid-Am Building Supply – $140.4 million 75) Stringfellow Lumber – $140.0 million 76) J.M. Thomas Forest Products – $135.0 million 77) Lake States Lumber – $134.0 million 78) Worldwide Distributors – $127.0 million 79) Five Star Group – $125.0 million 80) Baer Supply – $121.8 million 81) Emery-Waterhouse – $120.0 million 82) Lumbermen’s – $117.8 million 83) Louis and Company – $116.0 million 84) Building Products – $115.0 million 85) Philadelphia Reserve Supply – $115.0 million 86) Wallace Hardware – $114.0 million 87) GRABBER Construction Products – $112.5 million 88) Porteous Fastener – $112.0 million 89) Woodford Plywood – $110.0 million 90) House-Hasson Hardware – $106.0 million 91) Jensen Distribution Services – $100.0 million 92) Western Woods – $100.0 million 93) Radford – $100.0 million 94) Bryan Equipment Sales – $96.0 million 95) Blonder Home Accents – $95.0 million 96) Russin Lumber – $95.0 million 97) Continental Timber – $94.0 million 98) Pacific Coast Supply – $91.0 million 99) E.B. Bradley – $90.0 million 100) T & A Supply – $90.0 million 101) Eastex Forest Products – $86.0 million 102) Kelleher – $86.0 million 103) Glesby Building Materials – $85.0 million 104) Belco Forest Products – $85.0 million 105) Aetna Plywood – $84.2 million 106) Vaughan & Sons – $84.0 million 107) Park Ohio Industries – $83.7 million 108) National Nail – $83.6 million 109) Arling Lumber – $83.6 million 110) Bloch Lumber – $81.6 million 111) Lawrence R. McCoy and Company – $80.0 million 112) Amarillo Hardware – $80.0 million 113) Pacific Steel & Supply – $80.0 million 114) Cook County Lumber – $80.0 million 115) Beacon Roofing Supply – $75.0 million 116) United Forest Products – $75.0 million 117) Hutchison – $74.7 million 118) Blish-Mize – $70.0 million 119) McQuesten – $70.0 million 120) Hardware Distribution Warehouses – $69.0 million 121) Lumbermen Associates – $67.5 million 122) Patrick Lumber – $66.0 million 123) Commonwealth Wood Preservers – $65.4 million 124) Robinson Lumber – $65.0 million 125) Alamo Forest Products – $65.0 million 126) Bostwick-Braun – $63.8 million 127) Coos Head Forest Products – $62.4 million 128) Gabbert-Edwards Lumber Sales – $61.3 million 129) Right-Way Dealer Warehouse – $60.0 million 130) Hankins Lumber – $59.0 million 131) Fessenden Hall – $58.3 million 132) Shelter Distribution – $57.0 million 133) Buttery Company – $57.0 million 134) Dealers Choice – $57.0 million 135) Prince – $56.0 million 136) Northland – $55.0 million 137) Turtle & Hughes – $55.0 million 138) Monroe Hardware – $55.0 million 139) Jewett Cameron Lumber – $53.3 million 140) Intermountain-Orient – $53.0 million 141) Atlanta Hardwood – $52.8 million 142) Persinger Supply – $52.1 million 143) Continental Hardwood – $51.5 million 144) Lumber Yard Supply – $51.0 million 145) Tri-State Lumber – $50.0 million 146) CC Distributors – $50.0 million 147) Lavelle – $47.0 million 148) Epperson Lumber Sales – $47.0 million 149) Aaron and Company – $46.1 million 150) Golden Eagle Distributing – $45.0 million TOTAL – $60,892.7 million

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True Value owner inducted into Washington D.C. ‘Hall of Fame’

BY HBSDEALER Staff

Howard Politzer, owner of Brookland True Value in Washington D.C., has received the Business Legacy Award from the Washington D.C. Hall of Fame Society, a group that recognizes members of the city’s business community.

The legacy award recognizes individuals and establishments that have contributed immensely to the growth and development of Washington, D.C. and changed the course of the District’s history. Hall of Fame Society executive board members voted unanimously to make Brookland True Value its first choice in the nbusinessi category, and Politzer was inducted into its Hall of Fame.

Politzer opened his first True Value in 1975 on Capitol Hill, and in 1981 he relocated the store six miles north to the city of Brookland.

Politzer has served as a member of the Brookland Chamber of Commerce, the Center for Community Development, the MayorIs Golden Washington Club, the Brookland Business and Professional Association and the Pennsylvania and Atlantic Seaboard Hardware Association.

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Acquisition of Rinker nears completion

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Rinker Materials, a top distributor of non-lumber building materials in the United States, with $4.5 billion in sales last year, will soon become part of Cemex, North America’s largest cement producer.

Cemex has purchased more than 90 percent of the shares of Rinker Group Ltd., Rinker’s Australian parent company, clearing the way for the cement supplier to acquire the rest of the company without consent.

Cemex, based in Monterrey, Mexico, placed an unsolicited $14 billion bid for all of Rinker’s shares earlier this year. In June it won majority control over Rinker’s board of directors and replaced them with its own appointees. The Rinker acquisition will further increase Cemex’s share of the U.S. concrete market. 

Headquartered in West Palm Beach, Fla., Rinker Materials sells cement, asphalt, pipe, tools, drywall, steel framing and other construction materials. It generates approximately 80 percent of its parent company’s revenues.

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