Accsys Partners with Warren Trask in Northeast

Accsys is expanding its North American footprint by adding the Warren Trask Company as a new Accoya distributor in the Northeast U.S.

In business since 1924, the Warren Trask Company has established itself as one of the top building materials wholesalers in the Northeast. The company’s operation encompasses over 30 acres in Lakeville, MA., and a Menands, N.Y., location.

“Accoya checks the boxes that traditional wood does not,” said Bernie Nugent, president of the Warren Trask Company. “Moisture-related swelling and difficulty in the stability of wood when coated with dark colors have now become problems of the past for decks and siding, thanks to Accoya. We aim to make this sustainable wood option available and affordable through our specialty lumber yard market across the Northeast and our other best-in-class offerings. We value the partnership with Accsys in building this opportunity.”

“As our U.S. production plant in Kingsport, Tennessee, moves closer to its completion — scheduled for mid-2024 — the additional distribution supports the growing demand for our high-performance, sustainable products,” said John Alexander, group sales director at Accsys. “We are pleased the Warren Trask Company has chosen to supply Accoya, improving the availability of a long-lasting, environmentally responsible building material.”

To learn more, visit Accoya.

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