Cameron Ashley Expands Product Offering and Footprint with Acquisition of Reserve Supply of Central New York

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Greer, SC— Cameron Ashley Building Products, Inc. (Cameron Ashley), headquartered here, recently announced the acquisition of Reserve Supply of Central New York (RSCNY). The Syracuse-based lumber dealer cooperative distributes a wide selection of building products including commodity and treated lumber, engineered wood, roofing, gypsum and insulation.

Reserve Supply of Central New York’s Syracuse location will be rebranded and operate as Cameron Ashley Building Products. Cameron Ashley is a leading two-step distributor of roofing, insulation, gypsum, siding and other specialty building products. The Company operates a network of over 40 stocking distribution centers throughout the United States. Cameron Ashley Building Products delivers an industry leading portfolio of brands to customers in the lumber and building materials industry.

To learn more, please visit www.cameronashleybp.com.

By Miller Wood Trade Publications

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