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Binford Supply makes executive appointments

Jeff Cook has been named president while founder Steve Stanley has been named CEO.

BY HBSDealer Staff

U.S. Fence Solutions Co., a portfolio company of private equity investment firm Building Industry Partners (BIP), has appointed Jeff Cook as President of Binford Supply.

Cook is a veteran of the fence industry and began his career in 1998. For the past 15 years, he has served at a senior executive level in wood fence manufacturing, including most recently as vice president of sales for Alta Forest Products.

“The opportunity to join Binford Supply, an established fencing industry leader, on an aggressive growth track, is a rare opportunity that I am energized to be a part of,” Cook said in a statement issued by the company. “Since its founding, Steve Stanley and his team have built the business around winning the hearts and minds of their employees, and in turn their customers. I look forward to continuing that tradition into the next phase of growth and success for Binford Supply, its customers and employees.”

Concurrent with Cook’s hire, Steve Stanley, founder of Binford Supply, was appointed CEO of Binford.

“We are thrilled to have Jeff join us to lead Binford Supply,” Stanley said. “His decades of experience and track record of success in the fence industry, particularly leading Alta Forest Products in a period of rapid growth, will be invaluable as we continue to grow Binford Supply and establish one of the leading fencing distribution platforms in the country. On behalf of the entire Binford Supply team, we look forward to Jeff’s leadership in the years ahead.”

Based in McKinney, Texas, Binford Supply manufactures and distributes fencing and equipment. The company operates 8 locations in Texas and Oklahoma.

Founded in 2008, BIP is a private equity investment firm focused on the U.S. building industry.

U.S. Fence Solutions made a significant investment in Binford Supply in January 2017.

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