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National Timber Group buys Hymor Timber

Hymor Timber Limited has been acquired by Arnold Laver & Co Ltd, part of the National Timber Group, with effect from March 1 2021.

Established in 1990, Hymor is an independent timber merchant supplying ethically sourced hardwood and softwood to a broad range of trade and commercial customers, including joiners and manufacturers across Staffordshire and the surrounding area. Located in Stoke-on-Trent, Hymor employs 28 people and in 2020, achieved revenues of £4.5 million.

Hymor fills a geographic gap in National Timber Group’s existing branch network and creates an additional hardwood centre of excellence, serving the Midlands and the North West, complementing the product offering of NTG’s specialist hardwood depot in Hull that serves Yorkshire and the Humber. Hymor’s founders/executives: Graham Morris, Roger Malkin and Chris Hyde will work with Rob Barclay and Patrick Guest, NTG’s Chief Executive and managing director for England, to achieve its successful integration into the Group.

Barclay said: “We are delighted to welcome Hymor Timber to the Group – our shared expertise and commitment to our customers makes this an obvious and complementary partnership. Together, we will increase our offering in the important hardwood timber category and extend our range of services in the Midlands and the North West, improving our customers’ experience.”

Malkin added: “As founders, Graham, Chris and I are extremely proud of all that we have achieved so far. We know that Hymor is capable of achieving much more. So our priority was to find a partner with shared goals and values who would help it to fulfil its future potential. We were impressed with National Timber Group’s focus on product quality and its commitment to the highest standards of customer service. We are confident that we have selected the right partner and that Hymor will continue to prosper within the enlarged Group.”

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Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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