TNBA member can now offer more products and services
Comstar Supply, a telecommunications distributor focused on outside plant materials for broadband construction, was recently purchased by USTC Corp, headquartered in Edison, New Jersey.
USTC Corp is a leading distributor of telecommunications materials, supply chain solutions, and technical consulting. With the Comstar Supply acquisition, USTC Corp now operates seven distribution locations in the U.S.
“I congratulate Comstar Supply and USTC Corp,” says Levoy Knowles, TNBA executive director. “This acquisition will give Comstar Supply a larger footprint and the ability to offer more products and services. We look forward to working with both organizations.”
About USTC Corp
Founded in 2017, USTC Corp plans to significantly grow its service territory and customer base. Working with more than 1,000 global suppliers, USTC Corp is a leading provider of telecommunications materials, product design, and value-added distribution services.
“We’re thrilled to welcome the Comstar Supply team to USTC Corp,” says Cédric Varasteh, CEO and founder of USTC Corp. “Together we can help solve our customers’ toughest problems with our world-class distribution capabilities, technical and engineering expertise, and best-in-class supply chain and logistics solutions.”
About Comstar Supply
For Comstar Supply, the transaction provides an expanded portfolio of products and technologies, including planning, product design, logistics services, and engineering capabilities.
“More than 25 years ago, my father set out to build a company with a set of morals and ethics that continue to guide and shape who we are today,” says Chad Punchard, president of Comstar Supply. “I’m proud that USTC’s values and culture align beautifully with ours. Both organizations are guided by the same relentless pursuit of customer satisfaction.”
Comstar Supply, a TNBA platinum associate member with operations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Raleigh, North Carolina, serves a diverse customer base that includes contractors, broadband and electric utilities, and wireline and wireless internet providers.