TAG: John Deere Landscapes

SiteOne acquires Carolina-based Blue Max Materials

April 6, 2016By

SiteOne Landscape Supply acquired Blue Max Materials. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The acquired hardscape and landscape supplier, based in Charlotte, N.C., has five locations serving North Carolina and South Carolina. “Blue Max Materials is a terrific company and an excellent fit with our existing business in North and South Carolina,” said Doug Black, CEO of SiteOne. “They are... read more

SiteOne acquires Hydro-Scape

January 6, 2016By

SiteOne Landscape Supply acquired Hydro-Scape Products, which has 17 locations in Southern California. Terms were not disclosed. “The combination of our companies establishes us as the clear market leader with convenient locations, the broadest line of products and a great combined team of talented and experienced associates,” said Doug Black, CEO of SiteOne Landscape Supply. “Hydro-Scape has been providing irrigation and landscape... read more

JDL officially rebrands as SiteOne

October 28, 2015By

John Deere Landscapes rebranded as SiteOne Landscape Supply on Oct. 19. The company, which announced the new name in August, capped off the initiative with a celebration at Copper & Kings Distillery on Oct. 22 at GIE+EXPO. “As SiteOne, our vision is to leverage the passion and knowledge of our 2,700 dedicated associates, along with our commitment to excellence in... read more

SiteOne files for $100 million IPO

August 19, 2015By

SiteOne Landscape Supply, formerly John Deere Landscapes, filed for a $100 million initial public stock offering on Aug. 18, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports. The Roswell, Ga.-based distributor is majority owned by private equity firm Clayton Dubilier & Rice. SiteOne generated sales of $1.2 billion in 2014, according to its IPO filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. SiteOne’s total... read more

JDL to rebrand as SiteOne Landscape Supply

August 14, 2015By

John Deere Landscapes unveiled its new name and logo as SiteOne Landscape Supply. The change will become effective Oct. 19. The new brand represents the next step for SiteOne as an independent company after its acquisition by Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in December 2013. With more than 460 locations in the U.S. and Canada, SiteOne said it’s the largest wholesale... read more

John Deere Landscapes acquires Green Resource

August 6, 2015By

John Deere Landscapes acquired Green Resource, which has five locations servicing North Carolina and South Carolina with landscape maintenance products and supplies. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. “Green Resource is an excellent fit with our existing business in the Carolinas and establishes us as the clear market leader across all of our major product lines,” said Doug... read more