Financial terms of the deal were not released, but company executives say Imperial Dade would be able to expand its footprint to 80 facilities nationwide.
In an April 2 statement, the company said the move would “solidify its position as the leader in specialty distribution.”
Dalco owns six janitorial facilities across Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin, and it “can expect the same exceptional customized service coupled with an even greater offering of productions and solutions,” the announcement continues.
“Dalco’s storied history in the industry and exceptional customer service make it a great addition to the Imperial Dade platform,” said Robert Tillis, Imperial Dade’s chief executive officer.
Jason Tillis, Imperial Dade’s president, called the acquisition “the next step in our ability to serve customers coast to coast as a national distributor.”
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