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Wausau Supply Expands Reach With New Distribution Centers

by Karen Knapstein

Wausau Supply Co., a manufacturer and distributor of premier building materials, is significantly expanding its reach with the opening of new distribution facilities in West Unity, Ohio; Murfreesboro, Tennessee; and Butte, Montana. These latest additions to the company’s supply network address the growing demand from Wausau Supply’s customers for wider distribution of its product offerings, including the Diamond Kote® Building Products and Waudena® product lines, across the U.S.

In addition to distributing many of the industry’s top-tier building product brands, Wausau Supply manufactures Diamond Kote®, a factory-finished complete siding system built upon highly durable LP® SmartSide® siding. Available in a wide array of stocked colors and featuring color-matched accessories and flashing, Diamond Kote® siding streamlines installation for contractors – reducing labor costs by eliminating face nails, and adding a heavy-duty spline to the board that stacks and locks. The company also manufactures steel and fiberglass entrance systems through the Waudena® product line – providing pre-hung, factory-finished artisan exterior doors.

Wausau Supply recently commenced operations at its new Murfreesboro distribution facility located 35 miles southeast of Nashville, and – late last year – opened a distribution location in West Unity, Ohio. As a result of its strategic expansion, Wausau Supply has added to its distribution footprint Kentucky and Tennessee, the northern portions of Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi, Ohio and western Pennsylvania.

The company is also on track to complete construction on a new 150,000 sq. ft. facility in Butte, Montana in the first quarter of 2021, which will provide distribution capability throughout Montana, Utah and Idaho. Once the Butte location opens, Wausau Supply will operate a total of 18 distribution facilities across the U.S., four of which also serve as manufacturing facilities – enabling the company to service all or part of 32 states.

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