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SRS Distribution to Acquire Aloha Roofing Supply

Article-SRS Distribution to Acquire Aloha Roofing Supply

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Aloha Roofing Supply is a distributor of residential roofing, lumber, foundation and masonry and other related products.

SRS Distribution Inc. announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Aloha Roofing Supply, a distributor of residential roofing, lumber, foundation & masonry, and other related products. 

The transaction is expected to close on Sept. 10.

Headquartered in Kapaa, Hawaii, the company was founded in 2014 by Randy Boyer and currently employs a team of 25 people. 

Boyer will continue to lead the company’s dedicated team under the Aloha banner.

“We have known Randy for many years and have an immense amount of respect for him," said Dan Tinker, president and CEO of SRS Distribution. "The reputation he has earned through several decades of operating multiple businesses on the islands is truly unparalleled, as evidenced by the fact that he and his team have established the premier distribution platform in Kauai in a very short amount of time. Going forward, Randy will have oversight over our combined operation in Hawaii and will lead our future expansion throughout the islands.”

“I speak on behalf of the entire Aloha team when I say we are thrilled to be a part of the SRS family of companies," Boyer added. "Since starting our first business in Hawaii in 1981, my father and I have always endeavored to provide exceptional service while helping to grow our island community. We are confident that with the backing of SRS, we will continue to cultivate a culture of always putting our customers and people first.”

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