Imperial Dade acquires JAD Building Maintenance Supplies, bolsters presence in New York City

Jersey City-based Imperial Dade on Monday said it acquired JAD Building Maintenance Supplies of New York. The transaction represents the 82nd acquisition for Imperial Dade under the leadership of Robert and Jason Tillis, chairman and CEO of Imperial Dade, respectively.

Financial terms of the private transaction were not disclosed.

For over 60 years, JAD has led the janitorial and building maintenance supply industry in the greater New York metro area. Owned and operated by the Dussich family, the company remains committed to providing its customers and employees with the highest level of attention. JAD commands an exceptional reputation in the market and operates with the same hyperfocus on customer service as it had when it was founded. By leveraging Imperial Dade’s market leading platform, JAD’s customers can expect the same exceptional customized service coupled with an even greater offering of products and solutions.

“JAD is a leading janitorial and building maintenance supply business in New York, with an excellent commitment to its customers. I enthusiastically welcome the entire JAD family to the Imperial Dade platform,” Robert Tillis said.

“This acquisition and partnership reinforces our focus to strengthen our position in key growth markets, ensuring customers receive the highest and most consistent quality service. JAD and Imperial Dade have shared values, and we are thrilled to enter this next chapter of growth alongside one another,” Jason Tillis added.

“We consider the New York City real estate community as part of our family. For over 60 years, we have continued to grow and evolve to our customers’ needs as a leader in our industry. We are excited to take our business to the next level and partner with a company that shares our values and can even better enhance our customers’ experiences. By partnering with Imperial Dade, the Dussich family will continue to serve the real estate community long into the future,” Joe “Dee” Dussich said.