US LBM PURCHASES NC TRUSS MANUFACTURER COMTECH

US LBM has acquired Comtech, a manufacturer and supplier of structural roof and floor trusses and engineered wood products based in Fayetteville, N.C.

Founded in 1970, Comtech will operate as part of US LBM’s Professional Builders Supply division.

“The addition of Comtech’s truss manufacturing capabilities enhances the strength of US LBM’s network in the Carolinas, expanding our service offering and product mix across several key markets in the region,” said US LBM president and CEO L.T. Gibson.

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