Pioneer Landscape Centers has acquired Midwest Materials in the company’s second transaction of the year. The acquisition of Midwest Materials gives Pioneer a greater presence in the Colorado territory, expanding its reach to customers in a strategic location of the state, according to the company.
Located in Longmont, Colo., Midwest Materials has been in business 30 years with community and customer service at the core of its values – something that seamlessly fits into Pioneer Landscape Center’s vision. In addition to complementing Pioneer’s overall goal of becoming a household name, the acquisition of Midwest Materials bridges the distance between their Berthoud and northern Denver locations, giving customers a more accessible and simpler way to obtain landscape products and materials.
“This acquisition is a strong move that aligns with Pioneer’s tremendous growth plans in the years to come,” said Sagi Cohen, CEO of Pioneer Landscape Centers. “Midwest Materials is the type of company we look for amid our five-year expansion plan. They have proven to have a strong focus on community and provide customers with best-in-class products, which Pioneer has been doing for over 50 years. We look forward to initiating the transition.”
Midwest Materials will become a Pioneer division upon finalizing the acquisition and will maintain current leadership and employees as it transitions into the Pioneer Landscape Centers organization.
Established in 1968 and celebrating its 50th anniversary in business, Pioneer Landscape Centers spans 37 retail distribution centers, and 23 quarries and production facilities across Arizona and Colorado, with plans to expand into Texas, Nevada and California this year.