LRS has introduced the acquisition of Topeka-based Ditch & Associates, a fourth technology family-owned roll-off, industrial and residential waste companies supplier; monetary phrases weren’t disclosed and the acquisition is efficient instantly. LRS initiated residential, industrial and roll-off companies in Topeka final yr with the acquisition of choose Orion Waste Options territories. Ditch & Associates will considerably improve the LRS market footprint, enabling LRS to proceed to ship best-in-class companies to a brand new buyer base.
Based by the Ditch household, led by Steve Sr., Juanita and Steve Jr., Ditch has constructed its status by placing buyer wants first with a high-touch family-style strategy to service supply. Steve Sr. and all Ditch workers will stay on with LRS as the corporate continues to speculate each time and assets into increasing the LRS Topeka footprint, led by Regional Common Supervisor Frank Piecukionis.
Commenting on the acquisition, Steve Ditch, Sr. stated that after 5 a long time the choice to promote his household’s enterprise to LRS was not simple, however when the choice was made to pursue a sale, LRS was the fitting companion to assist carry the Ditch household legacy ahead. “We’ve devoted our lives to serving the individuals of Topeka’s waste removing wants and couldn’t be extra pleased with the lasting legacy we’ve constructed over fifty years,” Ditch stated. “We discovered LRS’ dedication to preserving our high-touch customer support, whereas providing a deeper bench of companies and powerful sustainability mission, to be significantly enticing.”
LRS President and CEO Alan T. Handley welcomed the Ditch household and its hundreds of Topeka-area prospects to LRS, and stated the corporate is happy to broaden service choices throughout larger Topeka. “The Ditch household brings a powerful work ethic, passionate buyer care, and a relentless can-do perspective that we worth and search as we proceed to develop throughout the Midwest,” Handley stated. “We welcome all Ditch workers and prospects, and stay up for increasing companies for Topeka-area residents.”