Alaska Materials Forms, Announces Agreement with Impac Company
Alaska Materials president John Horjes, announced today its formation and a ‘definitive agreement’ with Impac Company of Seattle, Washington.
The companies provide wholesale materials, and will work together to expand markets, product lines, and market share.
Impac Company is a Seattle based export wholesale company that has been serving commercial and residential customers for over 30 years.
With over 80 years of experience, the company’s staff are experts at sourcing, consolidating, and shipping a wide selection of materials and products to any location in Alaska, Hawaii, and the Pacific Rim.
Alaska Materials is a ‘direct ship’ wholesale company based in Anchorage, Alaska.
The company provides construction and specialty materials to all locations and industries including: Construction, Oil, Gas, Mining, Marine, State, Federal, and Tribal projects.
Company founder John Horjes, started bringing materials to Alaska in 1980 and has supplied projects located all over Alaska. In addition, his business acumen includes a 10yr investment banking stint serving both public and private companies in the areas of private placements, IPO's, and notably with mergers and acquisitions.
Horjes is recognized for being instrumental to nearly $2B of 'closed' mergers & acquisitions.
Horjes stated, "Alaska Materials will manage and direct its sales thru Impac Company, who will provide back office operations as a service provider. We see opportunities in multiple markets, and we will build value by positioning our focus with specific products and services. Our Anchorage and Seattle offices will serve as the platforms to do this.
Alaska Materials will (also) serve as a platform for other activities to include M&A, strategic alliances, and new product development.