Pressure treated lumber manufacturer Culpeper Wood Preservers acquired Eden Wood Preserving and Coastal Wood Industries in Fruitland, Md. The location will be renamed Culpeper of Fruitland.

“We are excited about this opportunity and addition to our company. Culpeper of Fruitland will primarily treat wood for our marine division allowing us to add to our portfolio of products and customers,” Jonathan Jenkins, president of Culpeper Wood Preservers, said in a news release. “As our company grows our focus remains on the partnerships we have forged with both our vendors and customers?

With the acquisition, Culpeper Wood Preservers now has 12 treating plants and one column manufacturing facility within its footprint. The Latham family, owners of Eden Wood Preserving and Coastal Wood Industries, will continue to operate its Port Lumber business.

“Although our family has sold our operations in Maryland, Port Lumber will continue offering our customers the same service and quality they have come to expect from us,” Jim Latham, owner of Port Lumber, said in a news release. “We look forward to sourcing our products from Culpeper of Fruitland and building that relationship moving forward.”

Culpeper, Va.-based Culpeper Wood Preservers operates 13 facilities in Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Indiana, Virginia and sells its products exclusively through lumber dealers throughout the mid-Atlantic, northeast, mid-west, and south.