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Acquisitions

Fueling a diverse portfolio

Strategic acquisitions are a key element to the Fencing Supply Group growth plan and vision to be North America’s premier provider of fence and outdoor living products. In addition to new location openings and organic growth, acquisitions fuel our diverse portfolio of product and service offerings to geographically dispersed customers.

To be successful, it’s important that we maintain a robust pipeline of candidate companies that are a good fit with our business model and are culturally well-matched. If you’re passionate about customer service, fanatical about taking your business to the next level, and dedicated to creating a great place to work for your people, let’s talk.

Follow the link below and complete the request for information, and one of our team members will be in touch with you. In the meantime, here is what some of the leaders of operating companies have to say about joining Fencing Supply Group:

Don
Parrin

Pro Access Systems

“Partnering with Fencing Supply Group allows us to take Pro Access into its next chapter of growth and bring the deep aluminum gate manufacturing and access controls expertise from Pro Access to the full FSG platform.”

Lisa
Smith-Harrison

Capitol Wholesale Fence

“Joining Fencing Supply Group was the best choice for Capitol, and we are thrilled about our future. Over the past 56 years, we partnered with our customers and suppliers and built a strong business with our people. I believe that by merging forces with FSG, we will be in a better position for continued growth.”

David
Smith

Sharon Fence

“We found the perfect partner with Fencing Supply Group to increase our capacity to serve our customers, be better positioned to expand our product lines, and offer our people more opportunities where they can thrive.”

Dylan
Thomas

Cedar Supply

“Being a part of Fencing Supply Group is a great fit for our company. This partnership allows us to service our loyal customers better and provide us with a springboard for continued growth in the future.”

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