Simon Roofing acquires assets of Ohio manufacturing company

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Simon Roofing Company, based out of Youngstown, announced Monday that it bought significant assets of the Roth Roofing Products Company of Tallmadge, Ohio.
The most significant part of the purchase is that Simon will now own the manufacturing process of the company, formerly known as Viridian Systems.
Simon Roofing co-owner Alex Simon says having Roth Roofing will allow the company to increase its sales potential.
The Roth Roofing manufacturing operations will be moved to a Simon Roofing plant in Struthers. A number of Roth employees will make the move, though company officials did not say how many.
Simon Roofing employs 200 in the Mahoning Valley and over 500 throughout the United States.
From WKBN 27
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