Expands Lawn & Garden Solutions Capabilities in Mid-Atlantic Region
ATLANTA, December 21, 2022 – Oldcastle APG®, a CRH company, has acquired the bagging assets of Grant County Mulch, a leading manufacturer and distributor of mulch, soil and decorative stone headquartered in Petersburg, West Virginia. The acquired assets, which include five bagging facilities, will operate within Oldcastle APG’s Lawn & Garden division.
“We are very pleased to welcome Grant County Mulch’s highly complementary resources to the APG portfolio,” said Tim Ortman, President, Oldcastle APG. “The addition of its solutions capability to our Lawn & Garden business will help strengthen our competitive positioning in the Mid-Atlantic US while enhancing our ability to best serve our customers across the country.”
With bagging and distribution locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, Grant County Mulch’s geographic platform will enable Oldcastle APG’s Lawn & Garden business to deepen its manufacturing footprint and provide solutions to a broader customer base in the area. Additionally, the acquisition will augment Oldcastle APG’s existing plant network and manufacturing expertise.
Established in 1986, Grant County Mulch quickly earned a reputation as a leading supplier of high-quality landscaping products including hardwood mulch, color-enhanced mulch, potting soil, pine nuggets, compost and stone. The company’s commitment to developing premium packaged products and environmentally conscious processes further supports Oldcastle APG’s dedication to producing comprehensive and sustainable solutions for its customers. Grant County Mulch will retain its bulk mulch and other bulk products operations and facilities.
The addition of Grant County Mulch’s bagging assets to the APG network follows several recent acquisitions by Oldcastle APG, including Soil Mender Products and South Jersey Agriculture Products, centered around expanding its Lawn & Garden solutions offerings in attractive markets.