NEW HOLLAND, PA -- US LBM Holdings, LLC is pleased to announce the acquisition of Musselman Lumber, Inc. of New Holland, Pennsylvania from partners, Galen Eby, Joe Good and Bob Quinlivan.
Founded in 1911, Musselman's is a leading building material supplier in Central Pennsylvania with two locations serving Lancaster, PA and its surrounding counties. Musselman's long-term success is the result of an experienced and knowledgeable team providing builders and remodelers with top quality products and services for over 100 years. Musselman's adds to US LBM's strong and growing presence in the Pennsylvania market, with recently acquired Shelly Enterprises serving eastern Pennsylvania since 1923, John H. Myers & Son serving south central Pennsylvania since 1916 and Universal Supply serving the Philadelphia market since 1965.
"We are excited to join the US LBM team and the opportunity it brings to provide our customers with continued enhancements to our product and service offering," said Galen Eby, partner. "Musselman's has been a key partner in the development and growth of our communities for over 100 years. Joining the US LBM team insures that we will be a contributor for many years to come."
Musselman's is a great addition to the US LBM team, expanding our presence and capabilities in the Pennsylvania market," said L.T. Gibson, President & CEO of US LBM. "Musselman's dedicated and knowledgeable team of associates have succeeded by providing a local feel and focus to their customer needs, which aligns perfectly with the goals of US LBM. We look forward to continuing and expanding upon their success." For more information on Musselman's visit www.musselmanlumber.com.
US LBM, recipient of the 2013 HCN Pro Dealer of the Year Award, is a collection of nine leading building material distributors serving the Midwest, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic in eight states with more than 50 locations. Implementing the philosophy of local management and leadership, US LBM capitalizes on the premier reputation of its operating companies and the local customer relationships that each operation is known for in its market. www.uslbm.com.