Aramsco joins with Confluence Group

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PAULSBORO, NJ — Aramsco Inc. is now is officially partnered with Confluence Group LLC and Bridgewater, according to a press release.

Aramsco serves contractors involved in numerous markets, including fire and water restoration, hazardous material removal and handling, concrete and steel surface treatment and asbestos, lead and mold abatement

Confluence Group is the parent company of many subsidiaries, including Bridgewater (Interlink Supply), and is owned by affiliates of AEA Investors.

“While both organizations will continue to run independently, the transaction will allow us to provide additional solutions and services to the customers of both companies," Richard Salerno, the CEO of the new organization, said.

"It was extremely important to find a company that values our unique approach to delivering exceptional customer service. The leadership team at Aramsco was aligned with us in our commitment to customer satisfaction. We are proud to be their partners and excited about the opportunities this transaction creates for our customers, partners and employees" added Gordon Hanks, President of the Confluence Group.

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