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Oldcastle APG joins NAWLA as MoistureShield distribution expands

Oldcastle APG joins NAWLA as MoistureShield distribution expands

ATLANTA — Oldcastle APG, a CRH Company, has joined the North American Wholesale Lumber Association (NAWLA) to help support the growth and expansion of its MoistureShield wood composite decking and railing products. Partnering with NAWLA will assist MoistureShield, a division of Oldcastle APG, as it accelerates and enhances networking opportunities and communications within the forest products industry, the company announced.

“We’re proud to be a member of NAWLA, with its rich heritage in the forest products industry since the turn of the century,” said Matt Bruce, vice president of sales for MoistureShield. “We were also pleased to take part in NAWLA’s recent Traders Market and look forward to additional events that can help leverage our relationships within the industry, expand our resources and streamline our channel operations.”

Founded in 1893, NAWLA has represented wholesalers, manufacturers and service provider companies, and is considered a link between manufacturers, distributors and retailers.

Oldcastle APG‘s MoistureShield product line features Vision capped wood composite decking with a modern, variegated appearance and the exclusive DiamondDefense coating. MoistureShield also features its unique CoolDeck technology, for select products, which is said to reduce deck board surface temperatures by up to 35% compared to conventional capped composites. Other products include Infuse decking, and Vantage, an uncapped composite.

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