Envoy Solutions to Acquire Jansan Distributor in Tampa

It will be Envoy’s 11th bolt-on so far this year.

Envoy Solutions just keeps on growing.

The jan-san, foodservice and packaging supplies distributor announced Sept. 27 that it will acquire Tampa, Florida-based Janitor’s Closet — a distributor specializing in janitorial supplies and equipment.

Founded in 1964, Janitor’s closet has a retail presence in Tampa and Orlando, as well as an online business, Buy Janitorial Direct. The company has a wide range of product offerings, including disinfectants, industrial equipment, truckmount systems, pressure washing, disaster restoration and more. It supplies sought-after disaster restoration equipment, chemicals and supplies for food and fire damage recovery. Janitor’s Closet’s clients include janitorial professionals, residential and commercial carpet cleaning experts, in-house service providers, disaster restoration, and building service contractors.

Glenview, Illinois-based Envoy said Janitor’s Closet will help build upon Envoy’s existing presence in Florida to create greater efficiencies and extend its geographic footprint in the Southeast.

Formerly known as Waxie Sanitary Supply, Envoy was on MDM’s unranked 2022 Top Jansan Distributors list.

The acquisition will mark the 11th for Envoy Solutions just this year. It announced two other deals earlier in September in the form of H.T. Berry Company and Knight Marketing Corp.

“It’s exciting to see the momentum continue to build across our rapidly growing national platform,” said Mark Fisher, CEO of Envoy Solutions. “Janitor’s Closet will play a key role in helping us more efficiently deliver the best solutions to our clients in Florida, the Southeast, and across the country. With Lisa Robinson, Greg Robinson Jr. and their outstanding team, we reinforce our commitment to customer service excellence, add new best-in-class Jan-San products to our portfolio, and enhance our differentiated business model from coast to coast.”

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