New Developments in the Ontario Market
Sexton Group is pleased to announce the following developments in the Ontario Market.
NEW SEXTON MEMBERS
Tarpin Lumber and Truss, one of Ontario’s largest family owned Building Supply companies recently joined Sexton Group. Owned and operated by Dave Pratt and the Pratt family since 1986, Tarpin Lumber and Truss is located in Innisfil, Ontario.
Tarpin’s vision statement is “Quality is our Future”. Thus Tarpin was an early adopter of Total Quality Management in the early 1990’s. To learn more about Tarpin Lumber and Truss view their website at www.tarpin.com.
Tampa Hall Ltd, a large supplier to home builders, recently joined Sexton Group. Tampa Hall has been a leader in the development of framing construction technology since the company’s inception in 1960. The company holds patents for wall assemblies and is proud of its History of leading progressive developments in wall framing and roof truss technology.
Tampa Hall Ltd is led by Jordan Rothwell and located in Ayr, Ontario.To learn more about Tampa Hall Ltd view their website at www.tampahall.com
NEW ADDITION TO THE SEXTON TEAM
Effective January 29th Mike Fraser will assume the newly created role of Commodity Wood Products Manager-Eastern Canada. In this role Mike will be responsible for working with Lumber, OSB and Plywood mills to create effective purchasing programs for Sexton Members from Ontario to Newfoundland.
Mike was formerly the Senior Panel and Lumber buyer for ALPA Forest Products. In total Mike has been in the industry 30 years. His experience and relationships will contribute to creating a powerful business opportunity for both suppliers and Sexton Members.
QUOTE FROM STEVE BUCKLE, PRESIDENT OF SEXTON GROUP
“I am thrilled with these recent developments Dave Pratt and Jordan Rothwell are talented entrepreneurs and their organizations are influential in Ontario. I appreciate their confidence in Sexton Group. The ability to add someone of Mike Fraser’s caliber and acumen to our team is a real coup and will accelerate our progress in Eastern Canada.
It should also be said that four short years ago Rick Royce, working with a bold group of Sexton Members in Western Canada, created The Commodity Wood Council which has since purchased millions of dollars of commodity wood products from supporting Mills. This concept features total price transparency, information sharing and total confidentiality allowing Members and Mills to benefit greatly. It is unique to Sexton Group and the most profound innovation in the buying group business in many years. We welcome the opportunity to bring this concept to Eastern Canada. To learn more about Sexton Group view our website at www.sextongroup.com.