March 4, 2024
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Oldcastle APG Acquires Waupaca Northwoods’ Facility at Nampa

Oldcastle APG has acquired the Waupaca Northwoods facility in Nampa, Idaho (Photo: Business Wire)
Oldcastle APG has acquired the Waupaca Northwoods facility in Nampa, Idaho (Photo: Business Wire)

Oldcastle APG, a CRH Company, announced it had acquired the Waupaca Northwoods facility in Nampa, Idaho, which manufactures soils, barks, mulches, and decorative stone products. The Nampa facility is a welcome addition to APG’s Lawn & Garden business, supporting its expansion into the Western United States and providing a regional foothold for future growth.

“We are excited to welcome Waupaca Northwoods’ Nampa location to the APG Family, marking the debut of our Lawn and Garden business in Western states as we continue expanding our soil, bark, mulch, and decorative stone portfolio across North America,” said Tim Ortman, President, Oldcastle APG. “The addition of the Nampa facility’s reputable performance and quality assets will create new opportunities for our customers to access our comprehensive outdoor products in this growing region, furthering our mission to help our customers Live Well Outside.”

The integration of the Nampa facility into Oldcastle APG’s Lawn & Garden network extends visibility and accessibility for current and potential customers seeking a full range of landscaping products. This acquisition is another key milestone in Oldcastle APG’s strategy to provide end-to-end outdoor living solutions to customers across North America.

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