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Boston Cedar Proudly Announces Distribution of Trex Decking and Railing, KOMA Trim boards, and an Expanded Line of RDI Railings

Boston Cedar is very pleased to announce that the company has been awarded distribution rights of three exceptional product lines. Starting on Friday, November 1st, 2013 Boston Cedar will market, stock, and deliver Trex® Decking and Railing; KOMA® Trim boards; and an expanded RDI® Railing offering which features a revolutionary railing product that’s exclusive to Boston Cedar.

Nov 1 2013, 4:30pm CDT | by PR.com

Mansfield, MA, November 01, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The New Products Will Join Boston Cedar’s Legacy Offerings
Boston Cedar is very pleased to announce that the company has been awarded distribution rights of three exceptional product lines. Starting on Friday, November 1st, 2013 Boston Cedar will market, stock, and deliver Trex® Decking and Railing; KOMA® Trim boards; and an expanded RDI® Railing offering which features a revolutionary railing product that’s exclusive to Boston Cedar.

“Trex, KOMA, and RDI offer everything that Boston Cedar looks for in our manufacturing partners: High integrity, forward-thinking innovations, and unbending focus on customer service,” said Rob Ankner, Boston Cedar’s Chairman. “By distributing these best-in-class product lines, Boston Cedar continues to build on a tradition of offering premium products, delivered with very reliable service to our affiliated independent LBM dealer locations throughout the Northeast. We’re so grateful for the nearly thirty years of solid support from our loyal customers and we’re excited to share these game changing products with them.”

“Boston Cedar has built a solid reputation for offering only the top-shelf products in their categories, and that’s true for everything we carry, from the finest western red cedar to house wrap to low-maintenance decking,” said Joe Cusack, Boston Cedar’s President. “Moreover, our pro-dealer customers deserve all the support functions that are critical to the sale of building products today; dealer and contractor training, architectural education, sales, merchandising and marketing support, and very dependable order fulfillment services. With this as our core mission and tradition, we welcome Trex, KOMA, and the expanded RDI line with open arms.”

Contact:
Scott Babbitt
Sbabbitt@bostoncedar.com

Contact Information:
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Scott Babbitt
508.851.3300
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