Versatex expands distribution network

PVC trim manufacturer partners with Klumb Lumber and Wholesale Millwork.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Versatex has partnered with two new distributors for its premium PVC trim for building-supply dealers and contractors.

This week Rick Kapres, a spokesman for Versatex Building Products, LLC, welcomed Klumb Lumber, based in Greenville, Tenn., and Wholesale Millwork, with multiple Mid-Atlantic locations, into the Versatex distribution network.

Klumb Lumber will distribute Versatex products across eastern Tennessee, southeastern Kentucky, southwestern Virginia, and western North Carolina.

Wholesale Millwork will stock Versatex products at distribution centers in Richmond, Va. (for southern Virginia); in Reading, Pa. (for eastern Pennsylvania); and in Mays Landing, N.J. (for all of New Jersey).

“Both companies deliver exceptional service to the lumber dealers and building-supply companies within their footprints,” said Kapres, Versatex vice president of sales and marketing. “We’re thrilled to have both of them on board as Versatex distributors. They’ll make it easier than ever for retail customers to get their hands on our materials.”

Serving independent retailers throughout the Mid-Atlantic region since 2003, Wholesale Millwork concentrates on products for custom residential builders and remodelers.

According to Wholesale’s Vice President of Purchasing, Sean Ellis, “We work hard to provide superior design in quality materials and finishes that exceed the standards of most industry manufacturers.”

Klumb Lumber has been family-owned and -operated for almost 70 years. Philip Humphreys, Klumb’s territory manager, said, “Our paramount concern is the kind of customer service that helps you build your business. Wherever you are, our extensive inventory makes it easier for you to service your contractors in a timely, cost-efficient manner.”

Based in Pittsburgh, Pa., Versatex manufactures maintenance-free, easy-to-install PVC architectural trim.

“We’re all building-industry professionals,” Kapres said. “We never stop finding ways to inject greater value into our products. But making things well is only half the battle. We’re equally focused on smoothing out the supply chain for dealers, lumberyards and home-improvement centers. Collaborating with top-notch distributors like Klumb and Wholesale reinforces our leadership in that direction, every day.”


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