Three new locations in Delaware, Maryland.
Atlanta-based Tensar International announced in a June 4 press release that it has extended its exclusive partnership with ACF Environmental into the Maryland and Delaware markets. The expanded territory allows for increased exposure in that region and greater availability of Tensar geogrids, according to the release.
ACF, a distributor of geosynthetic materials to the construction industry, is currently the exclusive Tensar roadway products distributor for this territory. With more than 30 years of experience in design and installation, the company offers technical support and an extensive inventory in several locations, the release said.
“To find a distributor that shares the same business goals and core values that Tensar does is always key in order to assure the best service to our customers,” said William Maier, Tensarâ€™s regional sales manager. “ACF’s expertise, well-developed sales team, and devotion to the construction industry add significant value to our customer base in the region.”
The press release noted that Tensar’s relationship with ACF began more than 20 years ago with distribution agreements in Virginia. The partnership provides local engineers and contractors with a combination of hands-on support and environmental and construction material products.
“Tensar is a great fit for ACF because we approach the market in similar ways, offering high quality products as solutions to our customers’ problems,” said Dave Brooks, ACF president. “As a leader in innovative geosynthetic solutions, we value Tensar’s strong reputation and product development capabilities.”
The release said that expanding its current relationship into the new region will allow Tensar to meet increasing demands in the area that stem from population growth and demanding transportation needs. ACF provides solutions for all types of civil site design projects, including new and expanding roads, municipal projects, and commercial sites. ACF Environmental will offer Tensar products at all three of its locations in Maryland and Delaware.