Imperial Dade Canada adds scale in Ontario, acquires Wolfpack Packaging

Jersey City-based Imperial Dade on Wednesday said it acquired Wolfpack Packaging Inc. of Ontario, where it has a long operating history as a leading distributor of industrial products and janitorial supplies.

The transaction represents the 84th 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.

Owned and operated by Gord Heyting, Wolfpack focuses on customer service and fostering a strong culture amongst its employee base. By leveraging Imperial Dade Canada’s market leading platform, Wolfpack customers can expect the same exceptional customized service coupled with an even greater offering of products and solutions.

“We are excited to expand across Canada, and we look forward to our partnership with Gord and the Wolfpack family,” Jason Tillis said.

“The acquisition of Wolfpack enables us to scale in a priority geography. I enthusiastically welcome the Wolfpack family to Imperial Dade Canada. With this partnership, we’ll expand our reach, service and support across Ontario,” Stephane Lapointe, president of Imperial Dade Canada, said.

“I am very proud of the Wolfpack family and what we continue to build. Joining the Imperial Dade Canada team will expand our distribution network to aid in servicing our customers with a national presence and greater access to products. We will be stronger together,” Heyting, also the founder and CEO of Wolfpack Packaging, said.